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package excelize

import "github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize"

Package excelize providing a set of functions that allow you to write to and read from XLSX files. Support reads and writes XLSX file generated by Microsoft Excel™ 2007 and later. Support save file without losing original charts of XLSX. This library needs Go version 1.10 or later.

See https://xuri.me/excelize for more information about this package.

Index

Examples

Package Files

adjust.go calcchain.go cell.go cellmerged.go chart.go col.go comment.go datavalidation.go date.go docProps.go errors.go excelize.go file.go hsl.go lib.go picture.go pivotTable.go rows.go shape.go sheet.go sheetpr.go sheetview.go sparkline.go stream.go styles.go table.go templates.go vmlDrawing.go xmlApp.go xmlCalcChain.go xmlChart.go xmlComments.go xmlContentTypes.go xmlCore.go xmlDecodeDrawing.go xmlDrawing.go xmlPivotCache.go xmlPivotTable.go xmlSharedStrings.go xmlStyles.go xmlTable.go xmlTheme.go xmlWorkbook.go xmlWorksheet.go

Constants

const (
    // STCellFormulaTypeArray defined the formula is an array formula.
    STCellFormulaTypeArray = "array"
    // STCellFormulaTypeDataTable defined the formula is a data table formula.
    STCellFormulaTypeDataTable = "dataTable"
    // STCellFormulaTypeNormal defined the formula is a regular cell formula.
    STCellFormulaTypeNormal = "normal"
    // STCellFormulaTypeShared defined the formula is part of a shared formula.
    STCellFormulaTypeShared = "shared"
)
const (
    Area                        = "area"
    AreaStacked                 = "areaStacked"
    AreaPercentStacked          = "areaPercentStacked"
    Area3D                      = "area3D"
    Area3DStacked               = "area3DStacked"
    Area3DPercentStacked        = "area3DPercentStacked"
    Bar                         = "bar"
    BarStacked                  = "barStacked"
    BarPercentStacked           = "barPercentStacked"
    Bar3DClustered              = "bar3DClustered"
    Bar3DStacked                = "bar3DStacked"
    Bar3DPercentStacked         = "bar3DPercentStacked"
    Bar3DConeClustered          = "bar3DConeClustered"
    Bar3DConeStacked            = "bar3DConeStacked"
    Bar3DConePercentStacked     = "bar3DConePercentStacked"
    Bar3DPyramidClustered       = "bar3DPyramidClustered"
    Bar3DPyramidStacked         = "bar3DPyramidStacked"
    Bar3DPyramidPercentStacked  = "bar3DPyramidPercentStacked"
    Bar3DCylinderClustered      = "bar3DCylinderClustered"
    Bar3DCylinderStacked        = "bar3DCylinderStacked"
    Bar3DCylinderPercentStacked = "bar3DCylinderPercentStacked"
    Col                         = "col"
    ColStacked                  = "colStacked"
    ColPercentStacked           = "colPercentStacked"
    Col3D                       = "col3D"
    Col3DClustered              = "col3DClustered"
    Col3DStacked                = "col3DStacked"
    Col3DPercentStacked         = "col3DPercentStacked"
    Col3DCone                   = "col3DCone"
    Col3DConeClustered          = "col3DConeClustered"
    Col3DConeStacked            = "col3DConeStacked"
    Col3DConePercentStacked     = "col3DConePercentStacked"
    Col3DPyramid                = "col3DPyramid"
    Col3DPyramidClustered       = "col3DPyramidClustered"
    Col3DPyramidStacked         = "col3DPyramidStacked"
    Col3DPyramidPercentStacked  = "col3DPyramidPercentStacked"
    Col3DCylinder               = "col3DCylinder"
    Col3DCylinderClustered      = "col3DCylinderClustered"
    Col3DCylinderStacked        = "col3DCylinderStacked"
    Col3DCylinderPercentStacked = "col3DCylinderPercentStacked"
    Doughnut                    = "doughnut"
    Line                        = "line"
    Pie                         = "pie"
    Pie3D                       = "pie3D"
    Radar                       = "radar"
    Scatter                     = "scatter"
    Surface3D                   = "surface3D"
    WireframeSurface3D          = "wireframeSurface3D"
    Contour                     = "contour"
    WireframeContour            = "wireframeContour"
    Bubble                      = "bubble"
    Bubble3D                    = "bubble3D"
)

This section defines the currently supported chart types.

const (
    DataValidationTypeCustom
    DataValidationTypeDate
    DataValidationTypeDecimal

    DataValidationTypeTextLeng
    DataValidationTypeTime
    // DataValidationTypeWhole Integer
    DataValidationTypeWhole
)

Data validation types.

const (
    DataValidationOperatorBetween
    DataValidationOperatorEqual
    DataValidationOperatorGreaterThan
    DataValidationOperatorGreaterThanOrEqual
    DataValidationOperatorLessThan
    DataValidationOperatorLessThanOrEqual
    DataValidationOperatorNotBetween
    DataValidationOperatorNotEqual
)

Data validation operators.

const (
    // OrientationPortrait indicates page layout orientation id portrait.
    OrientationPortrait = "portrait"
    // OrientationLandscape indicates page layout orientation id landscape.
    OrientationLandscape = "landscape"
)
const (
    SourceRelationship                   = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships"
    SourceRelationshipChart              = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/chart"
    SourceRelationshipComments           = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/comments"
    SourceRelationshipImage              = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/image"
    SourceRelationshipTable              = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/table"
    SourceRelationshipDrawingML          = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/drawing"
    SourceRelationshipDrawingVML         = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/vmlDrawing"
    SourceRelationshipHyperLink          = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/hyperlink"
    SourceRelationshipWorkSheet          = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/worksheet"
    SourceRelationshipPivotTable         = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/pivotTable"
    SourceRelationshipPivotCache         = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/officeDocument/2006/relationships/pivotCacheDefinition"
    SourceRelationshipVBAProject         = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2006/relationships/vbaProject"
    SourceRelationshipChart201506        = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/drawing/2015/06/chart"
    SourceRelationshipChart20070802      = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/drawing/2007/8/2/chart"
    SourceRelationshipChart2014          = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/drawing/2014/chart"
    SourceRelationshipCompatibility      = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006"
    NameSpaceDrawingML                   = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/drawingml/2006/main"
    NameSpaceDrawingMLChart              = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/drawingml/2006/chart"
    NameSpaceDrawingMLSpreadSheet        = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/drawingml/2006/spreadsheetDrawing"
    NameSpaceSpreadSheet                 = "http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/spreadsheetml/2006/main"
    NameSpaceSpreadSheetX14              = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/spreadsheetml/2009/9/main"
    NameSpaceSpreadSheetX15              = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/spreadsheetml/2010/11/main"
    NameSpaceSpreadSheetExcel2006Main    = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/excel/2006/main"
    NameSpaceMacExcel2008Main            = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/mac/excel/2008/main"
    NameSpaceXML                         = "http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace"
    NameSpaceXMLSchemaInstance           = "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
    StrictSourceRelationship             = "http://purl.oclc.org/ooxml/officeDocument/relationships"
    StrictSourceRelationshipChart        = "http://purl.oclc.org/ooxml/officeDocument/relationships/chart"
    StrictSourceRelationshipComments     = "http://purl.oclc.org/ooxml/officeDocument/relationships/comments"
    StrictSourceRelationshipImage        = "http://purl.oclc.org/ooxml/officeDocument/relationships/image"
    StrictNameSpaceSpreadSheet           = "http://purl.oclc.org/ooxml/spreadsheetml/main"
    NameSpaceDublinCore                  = "http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/"
    NameSpaceDublinCoreTerms             = "http://purl.org/dc/terms/"
    NameSpaceDublinCoreMetadataIntiative = "http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/"
    // ExtURIConditionalFormattings is the extLst child element
    // ([ISO/IEC29500-1:2016] section 18.2.10) of the worksheet element
    // ([ISO/IEC29500-1:2016] section 18.3.1.99) is extended by the addition of
    // new child ext elements ([ISO/IEC29500-1:2016] section 18.2.7)
    ExtURIConditionalFormattings = "{78C0D931-6437-407D-A8EE-F0AAD7539E65}"
    ExtURIDataValidations        = "{CCE6A557-97BC-4B89-ADB6-D9C93CAAB3DF}"
    ExtURISparklineGroups        = "{05C60535-1F16-4fd2-B633-F4F36F0B64E0}"
    ExtURISlicerListX14          = "{A8765BA9-456A-4DAB-B4F3-ACF838C121DE}"
    ExtURISlicerCachesListX14    = "{BBE1A952-AA13-448e-AADC-164F8A28A991}"
    ExtURISlicerListX15          = "{3A4CF648-6AED-40f4-86FF-DC5316D8AED3}"
    ExtURIProtectedRanges        = "{FC87AEE6-9EDD-4A0A-B7FB-166176984837}"
    ExtURIIgnoredErrors          = "{01252117-D84E-4E92-8308-4BE1C098FCBB}"
    ExtURIWebExtensions          = "{F7C9EE02-42E1-4005-9D12-6889AFFD525C}"
    ExtURITimelineRefs           = "{7E03D99C-DC04-49d9-9315-930204A7B6E9}"
    ExtURIDrawingBlip            = "{28A0092B-C50C-407E-A947-70E740481C1C}"
    ExtURIMacExcelMX             = "{64002731-A6B0-56B0-2670-7721B7C09600}"
)

Source relationship and namespace.

const (
    EMU int = 9525
)

Define the default cell size and EMU unit of measurement.

const XMLHeader = "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\" standalone=\"yes\"?>\n"

XMLHeader define an XML declaration can also contain a standalone declaration.

Variables

var HSLModel = color.ModelFunc(hslModel)

HSLModel converts any color.Color to a HSL color.

var (
    // XMLHeaderByte define an XML declaration can also contain a standalone
    // declaration.
    XMLHeaderByte = []byte(XMLHeader)
)

func CellNameToCoordinates Uses

func CellNameToCoordinates(cell string) (int, int, error)

CellNameToCoordinates converts alphanumeric cell name to [X, Y] coordinates or returns an error.

Example:

CellCoordinates("A1") // returns 1, 1, nil
CellCoordinates("Z3") // returns 26, 3, nil

func ColumnNameToNumber Uses

func ColumnNameToNumber(name string) (int, error)

ColumnNameToNumber provides a function to convert Excel sheet column name to int. Column name case insensitive. The function returns an error if column name incorrect.

Example:

excelize.ColumnNameToNumber("AK") // returns 37, nil

func ColumnNumberToName Uses

func ColumnNumberToName(num int) (string, error)

ColumnNumberToName provides a function to convert the integer to Excel sheet column title.

Example:

excelize.ColumnNumberToName(37) // returns "AK", nil

func CoordinatesToCellName Uses

func CoordinatesToCellName(col, row int) (string, error)

CoordinatesToCellName converts [X, Y] coordinates to alpha-numeric cell name or returns an error.

Example:

CoordinatesToCellName(1, 1) // returns "A1", nil

func HSLToRGB Uses

func HSLToRGB(h, s, l float64) (r, g, b uint8)

HSLToRGB converts an HSL triple to a RGB triple.

func JoinCellName Uses

func JoinCellName(col string, row int) (string, error)

JoinCellName joins cell name from column name and row number.

func RGBToHSL Uses

func RGBToHSL(r, g, b uint8) (h, s, l float64)

RGBToHSL converts an RGB triple to a HSL triple.

func ReadZipReader Uses

func ReadZipReader(r *zip.Reader) (map[string][]byte, int, error)

ReadZipReader can be used to read an XLSX in memory without touching the filesystem.

func SplitCellName Uses

func SplitCellName(cell string) (string, int, error)

SplitCellName splits cell name to column name and row number.

Example:

excelize.SplitCellName("AK74") // return "AK", 74, nil

func StreamMarshalSheet Uses

func StreamMarshalSheet(ws *xlsxWorksheet, replaceMap map[string][]byte) []byte

StreamMarshalSheet provides method to serialization worksheets by field as streaming.

func ThemeColor Uses

func ThemeColor(baseColor string, tint float64) string

ThemeColor applied the color with tint value.

type AutoPageBreaks Uses

type AutoPageBreaks bool

AutoPageBreaks is a SheetPrOption

type CodeName Uses

type CodeName string

CodeName is a SheetPrOption

type Comment Uses

type Comment struct {
    Author   string `json:"author"`
    AuthorID int    `json:"author_id"`
    Ref      string `json:"ref"`
    Text     string `json:"text"`
}

Comment directly maps the comment information.

type DataValidation Uses

type DataValidation struct {
    AllowBlank       bool    `xml:"allowBlank,attr"`
    Error            *string `xml:"error,attr"`
    ErrorStyle       *string `xml:"errorStyle,attr"`
    ErrorTitle       *string `xml:"errorTitle,attr"`
    Operator         string  `xml:"operator,attr,omitempty"`
    Prompt           *string `xml:"prompt,attr"`
    PromptTitle      *string `xml:"promptTitle,attr"`
    ShowDropDown     bool    `xml:"showDropDown,attr,omitempty"`
    ShowErrorMessage bool    `xml:"showErrorMessage,attr,omitempty"`
    ShowInputMessage bool    `xml:"showInputMessage,attr,omitempty"`
    Sqref            string  `xml:"sqref,attr"`
    Type             string  `xml:"type,attr"`
    Formula1         string  `xml:",innerxml"`
    Formula2         string  `xml:",innerxml"`
}

DataValidation directly maps the a single item of data validation defined on a range of the worksheet.

func NewDataValidation Uses

func NewDataValidation(allowBlank bool) *DataValidation

NewDataValidation return data validation struct.

func (*DataValidation) SetDropList Uses

func (dd *DataValidation) SetDropList(keys []string) error

SetDropList data validation list.

func (*DataValidation) SetError Uses

func (dd *DataValidation) SetError(style DataValidationErrorStyle, title, msg string)

SetError set error notice.

func (*DataValidation) SetInput Uses

func (dd *DataValidation) SetInput(title, msg string)

SetInput set prompt notice.

func (*DataValidation) SetRange Uses

func (dd *DataValidation) SetRange(f1, f2 int, t DataValidationType, o DataValidationOperator) error

SetRange provides function to set data validation range in drop list.

func (*DataValidation) SetSqref Uses

func (dd *DataValidation) SetSqref(sqref string)

SetSqref provides function to set data validation range in drop list.

func (*DataValidation) SetSqrefDropList Uses

func (dd *DataValidation) SetSqrefDropList(sqref string, isCurrentSheet bool) error

SetSqrefDropList provides set data validation on a range with source reference range of the worksheet by given data validation object and worksheet name. The data validation object can be created by NewDataValidation function. For example, set data validation on Sheet1!A7:B8 with validation criteria source Sheet1!E1:E3 settings, create in-cell dropdown by allowing list source:

dvRange := excelize.NewDataValidation(true)
dvRange.Sqref = "A7:B8"
dvRange.SetSqrefDropList("$E$1:$E$3", true)
f.AddDataValidation("Sheet1", dvRange)

type DataValidationErrorStyle Uses

type DataValidationErrorStyle int

DataValidationErrorStyle defined the style of data validation error alert.

const (
    DataValidationErrorStyleStop DataValidationErrorStyle
    DataValidationErrorStyleWarning
    DataValidationErrorStyleInformation
)

Data validation error styles.

type DataValidationOperator Uses

type DataValidationOperator int

DataValidationOperator operator enum.

type DataValidationType Uses

type DataValidationType int

DataValidationType defined the type of data validation.

type DefaultGridColor Uses

type DefaultGridColor bool

DefaultGridColor is a SheetViewOption. It specifies a flag indicating that the consuming application should use the default grid lines color (system dependent). Overrides any color specified in colorId.

type DefinedName Uses

type DefinedName struct {
    Name     string
    Comment  string
    RefersTo string
    Scope    string
}

DefinedName directly maps the name for a cell or cell range on a worksheet.

type DocProperties Uses

type DocProperties struct {
    Category       string
    ContentStatus  string
    Created        string
    Creator        string
    Description    string
    Identifier     string
    Keywords       string
    LastModifiedBy string
    Modified       string
    Revision       string
    Subject        string
    Title          string
    Language       string
    Version        string
}

DocProperties directly maps the document core properties.

type EnableFormatConditionsCalculation Uses

type EnableFormatConditionsCalculation bool

EnableFormatConditionsCalculation is a SheetPrOption

type ErrSheetNotExist Uses

type ErrSheetNotExist struct {
    SheetName string
}

ErrSheetNotExist defines an error of sheet is not exist

func (ErrSheetNotExist) Error Uses

func (err ErrSheetNotExist) Error() string

type File Uses

type File struct {
    CalcChain        *xlsxCalcChain
    Comments         map[string]*xlsxComments
    ContentTypes     *xlsxTypes
    Drawings         map[string]*xlsxWsDr
    Path             string
    SharedStrings    *xlsxSST
    Sheet            map[string]*xlsxWorksheet
    SheetCount       int
    Styles           *xlsxStyleSheet
    Theme            *xlsxTheme
    DecodeVMLDrawing map[string]*decodeVmlDrawing
    VMLDrawing       map[string]*vmlDrawing
    WorkBook         *xlsxWorkbook
    Relationships    map[string]*xlsxRelationships
    XLSX             map[string][]byte
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

File define a populated XLSX file struct.

func NewFile Uses

func NewFile() *File

NewFile provides a function to create new file by default template. For example:

xlsx := NewFile()

func OpenFile Uses

func OpenFile(filename string) (*File, error)

OpenFile take the name of an XLSX file and returns a populated XLSX file struct for it.

func OpenReader Uses

func OpenReader(r io.Reader) (*File, error)

OpenReader take an io.Reader and return a populated XLSX file.

func (*File) AddChart Uses

func (f *File) AddChart(sheet, cell, format string) error

AddChart provides the method to add chart in a sheet by given chart format set (such as offset, scale, aspect ratio setting and print settings) and properties set. For example, create 3D clustered column chart with data Sheet1!$A$29:$D$32:

package main

import (
    "fmt"

    "github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize"
)

func main() {
    categories := map[string]string{"A2": "Small", "A3": "Normal", "A4": "Large", "B1": "Apple", "C1": "Orange", "D1": "Pear"}
    values := map[string]int{"B2": 2, "C2": 3, "D2": 3, "B3": 5, "C3": 2, "D3": 4, "B4": 6, "C4": 7, "D4": 8}
    f := excelize.NewFile()
    for k, v := range categories {
        f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", k, v)
    }
    for k, v := range values {
        f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", k, v)
    }
    err := f.AddChart("Sheet1", "E1", `{"type":"col3DClustered","dimension":{"width":640,"height":480},"series":[{"name":"Sheet1!$A$2","categories":"Sheet1!$B$1:$D$1","values":"Sheet1!$B$2:$D$2"},{"name":"Sheet1!$A$3","categories":"Sheet1!$B$1:$D$1","values":"Sheet1!$B$3:$D$3"},{"name":"Sheet1!$A$4","categories":"Sheet1!$B$1:$D$1","values":"Sheet1!$B$4:$D$4"}],"format":{"x_scale":1.0,"y_scale":1.0,"x_offset":15,"y_offset":10,"print_obj":true,"lock_aspect_ratio":false,"locked":false},"legend":{"position":"bottom","show_legend_key":false},"title":{"name":"Fruit 3D Clustered Column Chart"},"plotarea":{"show_bubble_size":true,"show_cat_name":false,"show_leader_lines":false,"show_percent":true,"show_series_name":true,"show_val":true},"show_blanks_as":"zero","x_axis":{"reverse_order":true},"y_axis":{"maximum":7.5,"minimum":0.5}}`)
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
        return
    }
    // Save xlsx file by the given path.
    err = xlsx.SaveAs("./Book1.xlsx")
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
}

The following shows the type of chart supported by excelize:

 Type                        | Chart
-----------------------------+------------------------------
 area                        | 2D area chart
 areaStacked                 | 2D stacked area chart
 areaPercentStacked          | 2D 100% stacked area chart
 area3D                      | 3D area chart
 area3DStacked               | 3D stacked area chart
 area3DPercentStacked        | 3D 100% stacked area chart
 bar                         | 2D clustered bar chart
 barStacked                  | 2D stacked bar chart
 barPercentStacked           | 2D 100% stacked bar chart
 bar3DClustered              | 3D clustered bar chart
 bar3DStacked                | 3D stacked bar chart
 bar3DPercentStacked         | 3D 100% stacked bar chart
 bar3DConeClustered          | 3D cone clustered bar chart
 bar3DConeStacked            | 3D cone stacked bar chart
 bar3DConePercentStacked     | 3D cone percent bar chart
 bar3DPyramidClustered       | 3D pyramid clustered bar chart
 bar3DPyramidStacked         | 3D pyramid stacked bar chart
 bar3DPyramidPercentStacked  | 3D pyramid percent stacked bar chart
 bar3DCylinderClustered      | 3D cylinder clustered bar chart
 bar3DCylinderStacked        | 3D cylinder stacked bar chart
 bar3DCylinderPercentStacked | 3D cylinder percent stacked bar chart
 col                         | 2D clustered column chart
 colStacked                  | 2D stacked column chart
 colPercentStacked           | 2D 100% stacked column chart
 col3DClustered              | 3D clustered column chart
 col3D                       | 3D column chart
 col3DStacked                | 3D stacked column chart
 col3DPercentStacked         | 3D 100% stacked column chart
 col3DCone                   | 3D cone column chart
 col3DConeClustered          | 3D cone clustered column chart
 col3DConeStacked            | 3D cone stacked column chart
 col3DConePercentStacked     | 3D cone percent stacked column chart
 col3DPyramid                | 3D pyramid column chart
 col3DPyramidClustered       | 3D pyramid clustered column chart
 col3DPyramidStacked         | 3D pyramid stacked column chart
 col3DPyramidPercentStacked  | 3D pyramid percent stacked column chart
 col3DCylinder               | 3D cylinder column chart
 col3DCylinderClustered      | 3D cylinder clustered column chart
 col3DCylinderStacked        | 3D cylinder stacked column chart
 col3DCylinderPercentStacked | 3D cylinder percent stacked column chart
 doughnut                    | doughnut chart
 line                        | line chart
 pie                         | pie chart
 pie3D                       | 3D pie chart
 radar                       | radar chart
 scatter                     | scatter chart
 surface3D                   | 3D surface chart
 wireframeSurface3D          | 3D wireframe surface chart
 contour                     | contour chart
 wireframeContour            | wireframe contour chart
 bubble                      | bubble chart
 bubble3D                    | 3D bubble chart

In Excel a chart series is a collection of information that defines which data is plotted such as values, axis labels and formatting.

The series options that can be set are:

name
categories
values
line

name: Set the name for the series. The name is displayed in the chart legend and in the formula bar. The name property is optional and if it isn't supplied it will default to Series 1..n. The name can also be a formula such as Sheet1!$A$1

categories: This sets the chart category labels. The category is more or less the same as the X axis. In most chart types the categories property is optional and the chart will just assume a sequential series from 1..n.

values: This is the most important property of a series and is the only mandatory option for every chart object. This option links the chart with the worksheet data that it displays.

line: This sets the line format of the line chart. The line property is optional and if it isn't supplied it will default style. The options that can be set is width. The range of width is 0.25pt - 999pt. If the value of width is outside the range, the default width of the line is 2pt.

Set properties of the chart legend. The options that can be set are:

position
show_legend_key

position: Set the position of the chart legend. The default legend position is right. The available positions are:

top
bottom
left
right
top_right

show_legend_key: Set the legend keys shall be shown in data labels. The default value is false.

Set properties of the chart title. The properties that can be set are:

title

name: Set the name (title) for the chart. The name is displayed above the chart. The name can also be a formula such as Sheet1!$A$1 or a list with a sheetname. The name property is optional. The default is to have no chart title.

Specifies how blank cells are plotted on the chart by show_blanks_as. The default value is gap. The options that can be set are:

gap
span
zero

gap: Specifies that blank values shall be left as a gap.

sapn: Specifies that blank values shall be spanned with a line.

zero: Specifies that blank values shall be treated as zero.

Set chart offset, scale, aspect ratio setting and print settings by format, same as function AddPicture.

Set the position of the chart plot area by plotarea. The properties that can be set are:

show_bubble_size
show_cat_name
show_leader_lines
show_percent
show_series_name
show_val

show_bubble_size: Specifies the bubble size shall be shown in a data label. The show_bubble_size property is optional. The default value is false.

show_cat_name: Specifies that the category name shall be shown in the data label. The show_cat_name property is optional. The default value is true.

show_leader_lines: Specifies leader lines shall be shown for data labels. The show_leader_lines property is optional. The default value is false.

show_percent: Specifies that the percentage shall be shown in a data label. The show_percent property is optional. The default value is false.

show_series_name: Specifies that the series name shall be shown in a data label. The show_series_name property is optional. The default value is false.

show_val: Specifies that the value shall be shown in a data label. The show_val property is optional. The default value is false.

Set the primary horizontal and vertical axis options by x_axis and y_axis. The properties that can be set are:

major_grid_lines
minor_grid_lines
reverse_order
maximum
minimum

major_grid_lines: Specifies major gridlines.

minor_grid_lines: Specifies minor gridlines.

reverse_order: Specifies that the categories or values on reverse order (orientation of the chart). The reverse_order property is optional. The default value is false.

maximum: Specifies that the fixed maximum, 0 is auto. The maximum property is optional. The default value is auto.

minimum: Specifies that the fixed minimum, 0 is auto. The minimum property is optional. The default value is auto.

Set chart size by dimension property. The dimension property is optional. The default width is 480, and height is 290.

func (*File) AddComment Uses

func (f *File) AddComment(sheet, cell, format string) error

AddComment provides the method to add comment in a sheet by given worksheet index, cell and format set (such as author and text). Note that the max author length is 255 and the max text length is 32512. For example, add a comment in Sheet1!$A$30:

err := f.AddComment("Sheet1", "A30", `{"author":"Excelize: ","text":"This is a comment."}`)

func (*File) AddDataValidation Uses

func (f *File) AddDataValidation(sheet string, dv *DataValidation) error

AddDataValidation provides set data validation on a range of the worksheet by given data validation object and worksheet name. The data validation object can be created by NewDataValidation function.

Example 1, set data validation on Sheet1!A1:B2 with validation criteria settings, show error alert after invalid data is entered with "Stop" style and custom title "error body":

dvRange := excelize.NewDataValidation(true)
dvRange.Sqref = "A1:B2"
dvRange.SetRange(10, 20, excelize.DataValidationTypeWhole, excelize.DataValidationOperatorBetween)
dvRange.SetError(excelize.DataValidationErrorStyleStop, "error title", "error body")
err := f.AddDataValidation("Sheet1", dvRange)

Example 2, set data validation on Sheet1!A3:B4 with validation criteria settings, and show input message when cell is selected:

dvRange = excelize.NewDataValidation(true)
dvRange.Sqref = "A3:B4"
dvRange.SetRange(10, 20, excelize.DataValidationTypeWhole, excelize.DataValidationOperatorGreaterThan)
dvRange.SetInput("input title", "input body")
err = f.AddDataValidation("Sheet1", dvRange)

Example 3, set data validation on Sheet1!A5:B6 with validation criteria settings, create in-cell dropdown by allowing list source:

dvRange = excelize.NewDataValidation(true)
dvRange.Sqref = "A5:B6"
dvRange.SetDropList([]string{"1", "2", "3"})
err = f.AddDataValidation("Sheet1", dvRange)

func (*File) AddPicture Uses

func (f *File) AddPicture(sheet, cell, picture, format string) error

AddPicture provides the method to add picture in a sheet by given picture format set (such as offset, scale, aspect ratio setting and print settings) and file path. For example:

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    _ "image/gif"
    _ "image/jpeg"
    _ "image/png"

    "github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize"
)

func main() {
    f := excelize.NewFile()
    // Insert a picture.
    err := f.AddPicture("Sheet1", "A2", "./image1.jpg", "")
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
    // Insert a picture scaling in the cell with location hyperlink.
    err = f.AddPicture("Sheet1", "D2", "./image1.png", `{"x_scale": 0.5, "y_scale": 0.5, "hyperlink": "#Sheet2!D8", "hyperlink_type": "Location"}`)
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
    // Insert a picture offset in the cell with external hyperlink, printing and positioning support.
    err = f.AddPicture("Sheet1", "H2", "./image3.gif", `{"x_offset": 15, "y_offset": 10, "hyperlink": "https://github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize", "hyperlink_type": "External", "print_obj": true, "lock_aspect_ratio": false, "locked": false, "positioning": "oneCell"}`)
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
    err = f.SaveAs("./Book1.xlsx")
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
}

LinkType defines two types of hyperlink "External" for web site or "Location" for moving to one of cell in this workbook. When the "hyperlink_type" is "Location", coordinates need to start with "#".

Positioning defines two types of the position of a picture in an Excel spreadsheet, "oneCell" (Move but don't size with cells) or "absolute" (Don't move or size with cells). If you don't set this parameter, default positioning is move and size with cells.

func (*File) AddPictureFromBytes Uses

func (f *File) AddPictureFromBytes(sheet, cell, format, name, extension string, file []byte) error

AddPictureFromBytes provides the method to add picture in a sheet by given picture format set (such as offset, scale, aspect ratio setting and print settings), file base name, extension name and file bytes. For example:

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    _ "image/jpeg"
    "io/ioutil"

    "github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize"
)

func main() {
    f := excelize.NewFile()

    file, err := ioutil.ReadFile("./image1.jpg")
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
    err = f.AddPictureFromBytes("Sheet1", "A2", "", "Excel Logo", ".jpg", file)
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
    err = f.SaveAs("./Book1.xlsx")
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
}

func (*File) AddPivotTable Uses

func (f *File) AddPivotTable(opt *PivotTableOption) error

AddPivotTable provides the method to add pivot table by given pivot table options. For example, create a pivot table on the Sheet1!$G$2:$M$34 area with the region Sheet1!$A$1:$E$31 as the data source, summarize by sum for sales:

package main

import (
    "fmt"
    "math/rand"

    "github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize"
)

func main() {
    f := excelize.NewFile()
    // Create some data in a sheet
    month := []string{"Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun", "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec"}
    year := []int{2017, 2018, 2019}
    types := []string{"Meat", "Dairy", "Beverages", "Produce"}
    region := []string{"East", "West", "North", "South"}
    f.SetSheetRow("Sheet1", "A1", &[]string{"Month", "Year", "Type", "Sales", "Region"})
    for i := 0; i < 30; i++ {
        f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", fmt.Sprintf("A%d", i+2), month[rand.Intn(12)])
        f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", fmt.Sprintf("B%d", i+2), year[rand.Intn(3)])
        f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", fmt.Sprintf("C%d", i+2), types[rand.Intn(4)])
        f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", fmt.Sprintf("D%d", i+2), rand.Intn(5000))
        f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", fmt.Sprintf("E%d", i+2), region[rand.Intn(4)])
    }
    err := f.AddPivotTable(&excelize.PivotTableOption{
        DataRange:       "Sheet1!$A$1:$E$31",
        PivotTableRange: "Sheet1!$G$2:$M$34",
        Rows:            []string{"Month", "Year"},
        Columns:         []string{"Type"},
        Data:            []string{"Sales"},
    })
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
    err = f.SaveAs("Book1.xlsx")
    if err != nil {
        fmt.Println(err)
    }
}

func (*File) AddShape Uses

func (f *File) AddShape(sheet, cell, format string) error

AddShape provides the method to add shape in a sheet by given worksheet index, shape format set (such as offset, scale, aspect ratio setting and print settings) and properties set. For example, add text box (rect shape) in Sheet1:

err := f.AddShape("Sheet1", "G6", `{"type":"rect","color":{"line":"#4286F4","fill":"#8eb9ff"},"paragraph":[{"text":"Rectangle Shape","font":{"bold":true,"italic":true,"family":"Times New Roman","size":36,"color":"#777777","underline":"sng"}}],"width":180,"height": 90}`)

The following shows the type of shape supported by excelize:

accentBorderCallout1 (Callout 1 with Border and Accent Shape)
accentBorderCallout2 (Callout 2 with Border and Accent Shape)
accentBorderCallout3 (Callout 3 with Border and Accent Shape)
accentCallout1 (Callout 1 Shape)
accentCallout2 (Callout 2 Shape)
accentCallout3 (Callout 3 Shape)
actionButtonBackPrevious (Back or Previous Button Shape)
actionButtonBeginning (Beginning Button Shape)
actionButtonBlank (Blank Button Shape)
actionButtonDocument (Document Button Shape)
actionButtonEnd (End Button Shape)
actionButtonForwardNext (Forward or Next Button Shape)
actionButtonHelp (Help Button Shape)
actionButtonHome (Home Button Shape)
actionButtonInformation (Information Button Shape)
actionButtonMovie (Movie Button Shape)
actionButtonReturn (Return Button Shape)
actionButtonSound (Sound Button Shape)
arc (Curved Arc Shape)
bentArrow (Bent Arrow Shape)
bentConnector2 (Bent Connector 2 Shape)
bentConnector3 (Bent Connector 3 Shape)
bentConnector4 (Bent Connector 4 Shape)
bentConnector5 (Bent Connector 5 Shape)
bentUpArrow (Bent Up Arrow Shape)
bevel (Bevel Shape)
blockArc (Block Arc Shape)
borderCallout1 (Callout 1 with Border Shape)
borderCallout2 (Callout 2 with Border Shape)
borderCallout3 (Callout 3 with Border Shape)
bracePair (Brace Pair Shape)
bracketPair (Bracket Pair Shape)
callout1 (Callout 1 Shape)
callout2 (Callout 2 Shape)
callout3 (Callout 3 Shape)
can (Can Shape)
chartPlus (Chart Plus Shape)
chartStar (Chart Star Shape)
chartX (Chart X Shape)
chevron (Chevron Shape)
chord (Chord Shape)
circularArrow (Circular Arrow Shape)
cloud (Cloud Shape)
cloudCallout (Callout Cloud Shape)
corner (Corner Shape)
cornerTabs (Corner Tabs Shape)
cube (Cube Shape)
curvedConnector2 (Curved Connector 2 Shape)
curvedConnector3 (Curved Connector 3 Shape)
curvedConnector4 (Curved Connector 4 Shape)
curvedConnector5 (Curved Connector 5 Shape)
curvedDownArrow (Curved Down Arrow Shape)
curvedLeftArrow (Curved Left Arrow Shape)
curvedRightArrow (Curved Right Arrow Shape)
curvedUpArrow (Curved Up Arrow Shape)
decagon (Decagon Shape)
diagStripe (Diagonal Stripe Shape)
diamond (Diamond Shape)
dodecagon (Dodecagon Shape)
donut (Donut Shape)
doubleWave (Double Wave Shape)
downArrow (Down Arrow Shape)
downArrowCallout (Callout Down Arrow Shape)
ellipse (Ellipse Shape)
ellipseRibbon (Ellipse Ribbon Shape)
ellipseRibbon2 (Ellipse Ribbon 2 Shape)
flowChartAlternateProcess (Alternate Process Flow Shape)
flowChartCollate (Collate Flow Shape)
flowChartConnector (Connector Flow Shape)
flowChartDecision (Decision Flow Shape)
flowChartDelay (Delay Flow Shape)
flowChartDisplay (Display Flow Shape)
flowChartDocument (Document Flow Shape)
flowChartExtract (Extract Flow Shape)
flowChartInputOutput (Input Output Flow Shape)
flowChartInternalStorage (Internal Storage Flow Shape)
flowChartMagneticDisk (Magnetic Disk Flow Shape)
flowChartMagneticDrum (Magnetic Drum Flow Shape)
flowChartMagneticTape (Magnetic Tape Flow Shape)
flowChartManualInput (Manual Input Flow Shape)
flowChartManualOperation (Manual Operation Flow Shape)
flowChartMerge (Merge Flow Shape)
flowChartMultidocument (Multi-Document Flow Shape)
flowChartOfflineStorage (Offline Storage Flow Shape)
flowChartOffpageConnector (Off-Page Connector Flow Shape)
flowChartOnlineStorage (Online Storage Flow Shape)
flowChartOr (Or Flow Shape)
flowChartPredefinedProcess (Predefined Process Flow Shape)
flowChartPreparation (Preparation Flow Shape)
flowChartProcess (Process Flow Shape)
flowChartPunchedCard (Punched Card Flow Shape)
flowChartPunchedTape (Punched Tape Flow Shape)
flowChartSort (Sort Flow Shape)
flowChartSummingJunction (Summing Junction Flow Shape)
flowChartTerminator (Terminator Flow Shape)
foldedCorner (Folded Corner Shape)
frame (Frame Shape)
funnel (Funnel Shape)
gear6 (Gear 6 Shape)
gear9 (Gear 9 Shape)
halfFrame (Half Frame Shape)
heart (Heart Shape)
heptagon (Heptagon Shape)
hexagon (Hexagon Shape)
homePlate (Home Plate Shape)
horizontalScroll (Horizontal Scroll Shape)
irregularSeal1 (Irregular Seal 1 Shape)
irregularSeal2 (Irregular Seal 2 Shape)
leftArrow (Left Arrow Shape)
leftArrowCallout (Callout Left Arrow Shape)
leftBrace (Left Brace Shape)
leftBracket (Left Bracket Shape)
leftCircularArrow (Left Circular Arrow Shape)
leftRightArrow (Left Right Arrow Shape)
leftRightArrowCallout (Callout Left Right Arrow Shape)
leftRightCircularArrow (Left Right Circular Arrow Shape)
leftRightRibbon (Left Right Ribbon Shape)
leftRightUpArrow (Left Right Up Arrow Shape)
leftUpArrow (Left Up Arrow Shape)
lightningBolt (Lightning Bolt Shape)
line (Line Shape)
lineInv (Line Inverse Shape)
mathDivide (Divide Math Shape)
mathEqual (Equal Math Shape)
mathMinus (Minus Math Shape)
mathMultiply (Multiply Math Shape)
mathNotEqual (Not Equal Math Shape)
mathPlus (Plus Math Shape)
moon (Moon Shape)
nonIsoscelesTrapezoid (Non-Isosceles Trapezoid Shape)
noSmoking (No Smoking Shape)
notchedRightArrow (Notched Right Arrow Shape)
octagon (Octagon Shape)
parallelogram (Parallelogram Shape)
pentagon (Pentagon Shape)
pie (Pie Shape)
pieWedge (Pie Wedge Shape)
plaque (Plaque Shape)
plaqueTabs (Plaque Tabs Shape)
plus (Plus Shape)
quadArrow (Quad-Arrow Shape)
quadArrowCallout (Callout Quad-Arrow Shape)
rect (Rectangle Shape)
ribbon (Ribbon Shape)
ribbon2 (Ribbon 2 Shape)
rightArrow (Right Arrow Shape)
rightArrowCallout (Callout Right Arrow Shape)
rightBrace (Right Brace Shape)
rightBracket (Right Bracket Shape)
round1Rect (One Round Corner Rectangle Shape)
round2DiagRect (Two Diagonal Round Corner Rectangle Shape)
round2SameRect (Two Same-side Round Corner Rectangle Shape)
roundRect (Round Corner Rectangle Shape)
rtTriangle (Right Triangle Shape)
smileyFace (Smiley Face Shape)
snip1Rect (One Snip Corner Rectangle Shape)
snip2DiagRect (Two Diagonal Snip Corner Rectangle Shape)
snip2SameRect (Two Same-side Snip Corner Rectangle Shape)
snipRoundRect (One Snip One Round Corner Rectangle Shape)
squareTabs (Square Tabs Shape)
star10 (Ten Pointed Star Shape)
star12 (Twelve Pointed Star Shape)
star16 (Sixteen Pointed Star Shape)
star24 (Twenty Four Pointed Star Shape)
star32 (Thirty Two Pointed Star Shape)
star4 (Four Pointed Star Shape)
star5 (Five Pointed Star Shape)
star6 (Six Pointed Star Shape)
star7 (Seven Pointed Star Shape)
star8 (Eight Pointed Star Shape)
straightConnector1 (Straight Connector 1 Shape)
stripedRightArrow (Striped Right Arrow Shape)
sun (Sun Shape)
swooshArrow (Swoosh Arrow Shape)
teardrop (Teardrop Shape)
trapezoid (Trapezoid Shape)
triangle (Triangle Shape)
upArrow (Up Arrow Shape)
upArrowCallout (Callout Up Arrow Shape)
upDownArrow (Up Down Arrow Shape)
upDownArrowCallout (Callout Up Down Arrow Shape)
uturnArrow (U-Turn Arrow Shape)
verticalScroll (Vertical Scroll Shape)
wave (Wave Shape)
wedgeEllipseCallout (Callout Wedge Ellipse Shape)
wedgeRectCallout (Callout Wedge Rectangle Shape)
wedgeRoundRectCallout (Callout Wedge Round Rectangle Shape)

The following shows the type of text underline supported by excelize:

none
words
sng
dbl
heavy
dotted
dottedHeavy
dash
dashHeavy
dashLong
dashLongHeavy
dotDash
dotDashHeavy
dotDotDash
dotDotDashHeavy
wavy
wavyHeavy
wavyDbl

func (*File) AddSparkline Uses

func (f *File) AddSparkline(sheet string, opt *SparklineOption) error

AddSparkline provides a function to add sparklines to the worksheet by given formatting options. Sparklines are small charts that fit in a single cell and are used to show trends in data. Sparklines are a feature of Excel 2010 and later only. You can write them to an XLSX file that can be read by Excel 2007 but they won't be displayed. For example, add a grouped sparkline. Changes are applied to all three:

err := f.AddSparkline("Sheet1", &excelize.SparklineOption{
    Location: []string{"A1", "A2", "A3"},
    Range:    []string{"Sheet2!A1:J1", "Sheet2!A2:J2", "Sheet2!A3:J3"},
    Markers:  true,
})

The following shows the formatting options of sparkline supported by excelize:

 Parameter | Description
-----------+--------------------------------------------
 Location  | Required, must have the same number with 'Range' parameter
 Range     | Required, must have the same number with 'Location' parameter
 Type      | Enumeration value: line, column, win_loss
 Style     | Value range: 0 - 35
 Hight     | Toggle sparkline high points
 Low       | Toggle sparkline low points
 First     | Toggle sparkline first points
 Last      | Toggle sparkline last points
 Negative  | Toggle sparkline negative points
 Markers   | Toggle sparkline markers
 ColorAxis | An RGB Color is specified as RRGGBB
 Axis      | Show sparkline axis

func (*File) AddTable Uses

func (f *File) AddTable(sheet, hcell, vcell, format string) error

AddTable provides the method to add table in a worksheet by given worksheet name, coordinate area and format set. For example, create a table of A1:D5 on Sheet1:

err := f.AddTable("Sheet1", "A1", "D5", ``)

Create a table of F2:H6 on Sheet2 with format set:

err := f.AddTable("Sheet2", "F2", "H6", `{"table_name":"table","table_style":"TableStyleMedium2", "show_first_column":true,"show_last_column":true,"show_row_stripes":false,"show_column_stripes":true}`)

Note that the table at least two lines include string type header. Multiple tables coordinate areas can't have an intersection.

table_name: The name of the table, in the same worksheet name of the table should be unique

table_style: The built-in table style names

TableStyleLight1 - TableStyleLight21
TableStyleMedium1 - TableStyleMedium28
TableStyleDark1 - TableStyleDark11

func (*File) AddVBAProject Uses

func (f *File) AddVBAProject(bin string) error

AddVBAProject provides the method to add vbaProject.bin file which contains functions and/or macros. The file extension should be .xlsm. For example:

err := f.SetSheetPrOptions("Sheet1", excelize.CodeName("Sheet1"))
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.AddVBAProject("vbaProject.bin")
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.SaveAs("macros.xlsm")
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}

func (*File) AutoFilter Uses

func (f *File) AutoFilter(sheet, hcell, vcell, format string) error

AutoFilter provides the method to add auto filter in a worksheet by given worksheet name, coordinate area and settings. An autofilter in Excel is a way of filtering a 2D range of data based on some simple criteria. For example applying an autofilter to a cell range A1:D4 in the Sheet1:

err := f.AutoFilter("Sheet1", "A1", "D4", "")

Filter data in an autofilter:

err := f.AutoFilter("Sheet1", "A1", "D4", `{"column":"B","expression":"x != blanks"}`)

column defines the filter columns in a autofilter range based on simple criteria

It isn't sufficient to just specify the filter condition. You must also hide any rows that don't match the filter condition. Rows are hidden using the SetRowVisible() method. Excelize can't filter rows automatically since this isn't part of the file format.

Setting a filter criteria for a column:

expression defines the conditions, the following operators are available for setting the filter criteria:

==
!=
>
<
>=
<=
and
or

An expression can comprise a single statement or two statements separated by the 'and' and 'or' operators. For example:

x <  2000
x >  2000
x == 2000
x >  2000 and x <  5000
x == 2000 or  x == 5000

Filtering of blank or non-blank data can be achieved by using a value of Blanks or NonBlanks in the expression:

x == Blanks
x == NonBlanks

Excel also allows some simple string matching operations:

x == b*      // begins with b
x != b*      // doesnt begin with b
x == *b      // ends with b
x != *b      // doesnt end with b
x == *b*     // contains b
x != *b*     // doesn't contains b

You can also use '*' to match any character or number and '?' to match any single character or number. No other regular expression quantifier is supported by Excel's filters. Excel's regular expression characters can be escaped using '~'.

The placeholder variable x in the above examples can be replaced by any simple string. The actual placeholder name is ignored internally so the following are all equivalent:

x     < 2000
col   < 2000
Price < 2000

func (*File) CopySheet Uses

func (f *File) CopySheet(from, to int) error

CopySheet provides a function to duplicate a worksheet by gave source and target worksheet index. Note that currently doesn't support duplicate workbooks that contain tables, charts or pictures. For Example:

// Sheet1 already exists...
index := f.NewSheet("Sheet2")
err := f.CopySheet(1, index)
return err

func (*File) DeleteDefinedName Uses

func (f *File) DeleteDefinedName(definedName *DefinedName) error

DeleteDefinedName provides a function to delete the defined names of the workbook or worksheet. If not specified scope, the default scope is workbook. For example:

f.DeleteDefinedName(&excelize.DefinedName{
    Name:     "Amount",
    Scope:    "Sheet2",
})

func (*File) DeleteSheet Uses

func (f *File) DeleteSheet(name string)

DeleteSheet provides a function to delete worksheet in a workbook by given worksheet name. Use this method with caution, which will affect changes in references such as formulas, charts, and so on. If there is any referenced value of the deleted worksheet, it will cause a file error when you open it. This function will be invalid when only the one worksheet is left.

func (*File) DuplicateRow Uses

func (f *File) DuplicateRow(sheet string, row int) error

DuplicateRow inserts a copy of specified row (by its Excel row number) below

err := f.DuplicateRow("Sheet1", 2)

Use this method with caution, which will affect changes in references such as formulas, charts, and so on. If there is any referenced value of the worksheet, it will cause a file error when you open it. The excelize only partially updates these references currently.

func (*File) DuplicateRowTo Uses

func (f *File) DuplicateRowTo(sheet string, row, row2 int) error

DuplicateRowTo inserts a copy of specified row by it Excel number to specified row position moving down exists rows after target position

err := f.DuplicateRowTo("Sheet1", 2, 7)

Use this method with caution, which will affect changes in references such as formulas, charts, and so on. If there is any referenced value of the worksheet, it will cause a file error when you open it. The excelize only partially updates these references currently.

func (*File) GetActiveSheetIndex Uses

func (f *File) GetActiveSheetIndex() int

GetActiveSheetIndex provides a function to get active sheet index of the XLSX. If not found the active sheet will be return integer 0.

func (*File) GetCellFormula Uses

func (f *File) GetCellFormula(sheet, axis string) (string, error)

GetCellFormula provides a function to get formula from cell by given worksheet name and axis in XLSX file.

func (f *File) GetCellHyperLink(sheet, axis string) (bool, string, error)

GetCellHyperLink provides a function to get cell hyperlink by given worksheet name and axis. Boolean type value link will be ture if the cell has a hyperlink and the target is the address of the hyperlink. Otherwise, the value of link will be false and the value of the target will be a blank string. For example get hyperlink of Sheet1!H6:

link, target, err := f.GetCellHyperLink("Sheet1", "H6")

func (*File) GetCellStyle Uses

func (f *File) GetCellStyle(sheet, axis string) (int, error)

GetCellStyle provides a function to get cell style index by given worksheet name and cell coordinates.

func (*File) GetCellValue Uses

func (f *File) GetCellValue(sheet, axis string) (string, error)

GetCellValue provides a function to get formatted value from cell by given worksheet name and axis in XLSX file. If it is possible to apply a format to the cell value, it will do so, if not then an error will be returned, along with the raw value of the cell.

func (*File) GetColOutlineLevel Uses

func (f *File) GetColOutlineLevel(sheet, col string) (uint8, error)

GetColOutlineLevel provides a function to get outline level of a single column by given worksheet name and column name. For example, get outline level of column D in Sheet1:

level, err := f.GetColOutlineLevel("Sheet1", "D")

func (*File) GetColVisible Uses

func (f *File) GetColVisible(sheet, col string) (bool, error)

GetColVisible provides a function to get visible of a single column by given worksheet name and column name. For example, get visible state of column D in Sheet1:

visiable, err := f.GetColVisible("Sheet1", "D")

func (*File) GetColWidth Uses

func (f *File) GetColWidth(sheet, col string) (float64, error)

GetColWidth provides a function to get column width by given worksheet name and column index.

func (*File) GetComments Uses

func (f *File) GetComments() (comments map[string][]Comment)

GetComments retrieves all comments and returns a map of worksheet name to the worksheet comments.

func (*File) GetDefaultFont Uses

func (f *File) GetDefaultFont() string

GetDefaultFont provides the default font name currently set in the workbook Documents generated by excelize start with Calibri.

func (*File) GetDefinedName Uses

func (f *File) GetDefinedName() []DefinedName

GetDefinedName provides a function to get the defined names of the workbook or worksheet.

func (*File) GetDocProps Uses

func (f *File) GetDocProps() (*DocProperties, error)

GetDocProps provides a function to get document core properties.

func (*File) GetMergeCells Uses

func (f *File) GetMergeCells(sheet string) ([]MergeCell, error)

GetMergeCells provides a function to get all merged cells from a worksheet currently.

func (*File) GetPageLayout Uses

func (f *File) GetPageLayout(sheet string, opts ...PageLayoutOptionPtr) error

GetPageLayout provides a function to gets worksheet page layout.

Available options:

PageLayoutOrientation(string)
PageLayoutPaperSize(int)
FitToHeight(int)
FitToWidth(int)

Code:

f := excelize.NewFile()
var (
    orientation excelize.PageLayoutOrientation
    paperSize   excelize.PageLayoutPaperSize
    fitToHeight excelize.FitToHeight
    fitToWidth  excelize.FitToWidth
)
if err := f.GetPageLayout("Sheet1", &orientation); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
if err := f.GetPageLayout("Sheet1", &paperSize); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
if err := f.GetPageLayout("Sheet1", &fitToHeight); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

if err := f.GetPageLayout("Sheet1", &fitToWidth); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
fmt.Println("Defaults:")
fmt.Printf("- orientation: %q\n", orientation)
fmt.Printf("- paper size: %d\n", paperSize)
fmt.Printf("- fit to height: %d\n", fitToHeight)
fmt.Printf("- fit to width: %d\n", fitToWidth)

Output:

Defaults:
- orientation: "portrait"
- paper size: 1
- fit to height: 1
- fit to width: 1

func (*File) GetPageMargins Uses

func (f *File) GetPageMargins(sheet string, opts ...PageMarginsOptionsPtr) error

GetPageMargins provides a function to get worksheet page margins.

Available options:

PageMarginBotom(float64)
PageMarginFooter(float64)
PageMarginHeader(float64)
PageMarginLeft(float64)
PageMarginRight(float64)
PageMarginTop(float64)

Code:

f := excelize.NewFile()
const sheet = "Sheet1"

var (
    marginBottom excelize.PageMarginBottom
    marginFooter excelize.PageMarginFooter
    marginHeader excelize.PageMarginHeader
    marginLeft   excelize.PageMarginLeft
    marginRight  excelize.PageMarginRight
    marginTop    excelize.PageMarginTop
)

if err := f.GetPageMargins(sheet,
    &marginBottom,
    &marginFooter,
    &marginHeader,
    &marginLeft,
    &marginRight,
    &marginTop,
); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
fmt.Println("Defaults:")
fmt.Println("- marginBottom:", marginBottom)
fmt.Println("- marginFooter:", marginFooter)
fmt.Println("- marginHeader:", marginHeader)
fmt.Println("- marginLeft:", marginLeft)
fmt.Println("- marginRight:", marginRight)
fmt.Println("- marginTop:", marginTop)

Output:

Defaults:
- marginBottom: 0.75
- marginFooter: 0.3
- marginHeader: 0.3
- marginLeft: 0.7
- marginRight: 0.7
- marginTop: 0.75

func (*File) GetPicture Uses

func (f *File) GetPicture(sheet, cell string) (string, []byte, error)

GetPicture provides a function to get picture base name and raw content embed in XLSX by given worksheet and cell name. This function returns the file name in XLSX and file contents as []byte data types. For example:

f, err := excelize.OpenFile("./Book1.xlsx")
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
    return
}
file, raw, err := f.GetPicture("Sheet1", "A2")
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
    return
}
err = ioutil.WriteFile(file, raw, 0644)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}

func (*File) GetRowHeight Uses

func (f *File) GetRowHeight(sheet string, row int) (float64, error)

GetRowHeight provides a function to get row height by given worksheet name and row index. For example, get the height of the first row in Sheet1:

height, err := f.GetRowHeight("Sheet1", 1)

func (*File) GetRowOutlineLevel Uses

func (f *File) GetRowOutlineLevel(sheet string, row int) (uint8, error)

GetRowOutlineLevel provides a function to get outline level number of a single row by given worksheet name and Excel row number. For example, get outline number of row 2 in Sheet1:

level, err := f.GetRowOutlineLevel("Sheet1", 2)

func (*File) GetRowVisible Uses

func (f *File) GetRowVisible(sheet string, row int) (bool, error)

GetRowVisible provides a function to get visible of a single row by given worksheet name and Excel row number. For example, get visible state of row 2 in Sheet1:

visible, err := f.GetRowVisible("Sheet1", 2)

func (*File) GetRows Uses

func (f *File) GetRows(sheet string) ([][]string, error)

GetRows return all the rows in a sheet by given worksheet name (case sensitive). For example:

rows, err := f.GetRows("Sheet1")
for _, row := range rows {
    for _, colCell := range row {
        fmt.Print(colCell, "\t")
    }
    fmt.Println()
}

func (*File) GetSheetIndex Uses

func (f *File) GetSheetIndex(name string) int

GetSheetIndex provides a function to get worksheet index of XLSX by given sheet name. If given worksheet name is invalid, will return an integer type value 0.

func (*File) GetSheetMap Uses

func (f *File) GetSheetMap() map[int]string

GetSheetMap provides a function to get worksheet name and index map of XLSX. For example:

f, err := excelize.OpenFile("./Book1.xlsx")
if err != nil {
    return
}
for index, name := range f.GetSheetMap() {
    fmt.Println(index, name)
}

func (*File) GetSheetName Uses

func (f *File) GetSheetName(index int) string

GetSheetName provides a function to get worksheet name of XLSX by given worksheet index. If given sheet index is invalid, will return an empty string.

func (*File) GetSheetPrOptions Uses

func (f *File) GetSheetPrOptions(name string, opts ...SheetPrOptionPtr) error

GetSheetPrOptions provides a function to gets worksheet properties.

Available options:

CodeName(string)
EnableFormatConditionsCalculation(bool)
Published(bool)
FitToPage(bool)
AutoPageBreaks(bool)
OutlineSummaryBelow(bool)

Code:

f := excelize.NewFile()
const sheet = "Sheet1"

var (
    codeName                          excelize.CodeName
    enableFormatConditionsCalculation excelize.EnableFormatConditionsCalculation
    published                         excelize.Published
    fitToPage                         excelize.FitToPage
    autoPageBreaks                    excelize.AutoPageBreaks
    outlineSummaryBelow               excelize.OutlineSummaryBelow
)

if err := f.GetSheetPrOptions(sheet,
    &codeName,
    &enableFormatConditionsCalculation,
    &published,
    &fitToPage,
    &autoPageBreaks,
    &outlineSummaryBelow,
); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
fmt.Println("Defaults:")
fmt.Printf("- codeName: %q\n", codeName)
fmt.Println("- enableFormatConditionsCalculation:", enableFormatConditionsCalculation)
fmt.Println("- published:", published)
fmt.Println("- fitToPage:", fitToPage)
fmt.Println("- autoPageBreaks:", autoPageBreaks)
fmt.Println("- outlineSummaryBelow:", outlineSummaryBelow)

Output:

Defaults:
- codeName: ""
- enableFormatConditionsCalculation: true
- published: true
- fitToPage: false
- autoPageBreaks: false
- outlineSummaryBelow: true

func (*File) GetSheetViewOptions Uses

func (f *File) GetSheetViewOptions(name string, viewIndex int, opts ...SheetViewOptionPtr) error

GetSheetViewOptions gets the value of sheet view options. The viewIndex may be negative and if so is counted backward (-1 is the last view).

Available options:

DefaultGridColor(bool)
RightToLeft(bool)
ShowFormulas(bool)
ShowGridLines(bool)
ShowRowColHeaders(bool)
ZoomScale(float64)
TopLeftCell(string)

Example:

var showGridLines excelize.ShowGridLines
err = f.GetSheetViewOptions("Sheet1", -1, &showGridLines)

Code:

f := excelize.NewFile()
const sheet = "Sheet1"

var (
    defaultGridColor  excelize.DefaultGridColor
    rightToLeft       excelize.RightToLeft
    showFormulas      excelize.ShowFormulas
    showGridLines     excelize.ShowGridLines
    showZeros         excelize.ShowZeros
    showRowColHeaders excelize.ShowRowColHeaders
    zoomScale         excelize.ZoomScale
    topLeftCell       excelize.TopLeftCell
)

if err := f.GetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0,
    &defaultGridColor,
    &rightToLeft,
    &showFormulas,
    &showGridLines,
    &showZeros,
    &showRowColHeaders,
    &zoomScale,
    &topLeftCell,
); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println("Default:")
fmt.Println("- defaultGridColor:", defaultGridColor)
fmt.Println("- rightToLeft:", rightToLeft)
fmt.Println("- showFormulas:", showFormulas)
fmt.Println("- showGridLines:", showGridLines)
fmt.Println("- showZeros:", showZeros)
fmt.Println("- showRowColHeaders:", showRowColHeaders)
fmt.Println("- zoomScale:", zoomScale)
fmt.Println("- topLeftCell:", `"`+topLeftCell+`"`)

if err := f.SetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, excelize.TopLeftCell("B2")); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

if err := f.GetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, &topLeftCell); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

if err := f.SetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, excelize.ShowGridLines(false)); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

if err := f.GetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, &showGridLines); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

if err := f.SetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, excelize.ShowZeros(false)); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

if err := f.GetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, &showZeros); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println("After change:")
fmt.Println("- showGridLines:", showGridLines)
fmt.Println("- showZeros:", showZeros)
fmt.Println("- topLeftCell:", topLeftCell)

Output:

Default:
- defaultGridColor: true
- rightToLeft: false
- showFormulas: false
- showGridLines: true
- showZeros: true
- showRowColHeaders: true
- zoomScale: 0
- topLeftCell: ""
After change:
- showGridLines: false
- showZeros: false
- topLeftCell: B2

func (*File) GetSheetVisible Uses

func (f *File) GetSheetVisible(name string) bool

GetSheetVisible provides a function to get worksheet visible by given worksheet name. For example, get visible state of Sheet1:

f.GetSheetVisible("Sheet1")

func (*File) GroupSheets Uses

func (f *File) GroupSheets(sheets []string) error

GroupSheets provides a function to group worksheets by given worksheets name. Group worksheets must contain an active worksheet.

func (*File) InsertCol Uses

func (f *File) InsertCol(sheet, col string) error

InsertCol provides a function to insert a new column before given column index. For example, create a new column before column C in Sheet1:

err := f.InsertCol("Sheet1", "C")

func (*File) InsertRow Uses

func (f *File) InsertRow(sheet string, row int) error

InsertRow provides a function to insert a new row after given Excel row number starting from 1. For example, create a new row before row 3 in Sheet1:

err := f.InsertRow("Sheet1", 3)

Use this method with caution, which will affect changes in references such as formulas, charts, and so on. If there is any referenced value of the worksheet, it will cause a file error when you open it. The excelize only partially updates these references currently.

func (*File) MergeCell Uses

func (f *File) MergeCell(sheet, hcell, vcell string) error

MergeCell provides a function to merge cells by given coordinate area and sheet name. For example create a merged cell of D3:E9 on Sheet1:

err := f.MergeCell("Sheet1", "D3", "E9")

If you create a merged cell that overlaps with another existing merged cell, those merged cells that already exist will be removed.

func (*File) NewConditionalStyle Uses

func (f *File) NewConditionalStyle(style string) (int, error)

NewConditionalStyle provides a function to create style for conditional format by given style format. The parameters are the same as function NewStyle(). Note that the color field uses RGB color code and only support to set font, fills, alignment and borders currently.

func (*File) NewSheet Uses

func (f *File) NewSheet(name string) int

NewSheet provides function to create a new sheet by given worksheet name. When creating a new XLSX file, the default sheet will be created. Returns the number of sheets in the workbook (file) after appending the new sheet.

func (*File) NewStreamWriter Uses

func (f *File) NewStreamWriter(sheet string) (*StreamWriter, error)

NewStreamWriter return stream writer struct by given worksheet name for generate new worksheet with large amounts of data. Note that after set rows, you must call the 'Flush' method to end the streaming writing process and ensure that the order of line numbers is ascending. For example, set data for worksheet of size 102400 rows x 50 columns with numbers:

file := excelize.NewFile()
streamWriter, err := file.NewStreamWriter("Sheet1")
if err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
for rowID := 1; rowID <= 102400; rowID++ {
    row := make([]interface{}, 50)
    for colID := 0; colID < 50; colID++ {
        row[colID] = rand.Intn(640000)
    }
    cell, _ := excelize.CoordinatesToCellName(1, rowID)
    if err := streamWriter.SetRow(cell, &row); err != nil {
        panic(err)
    }
}
if err := streamWriter.Flush(); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
if err := file.SaveAs("Book1.xlsx"); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

func (*File) NewStyle Uses

func (f *File) NewStyle(style string) (int, error)

NewStyle provides a function to create style for cells by given style format. Note that the color field uses RGB color code.

The following shows the border styles sorted by excelize index number:

 Index | Name          | Weight | Style
-------+---------------+--------+-------------
 0     | None          | 0      |
 1     | Continuous    | 1      | -----------
 2     | Continuous    | 2      | -----------
 3     | Dash          | 1      | - - - - - -
 4     | Dot           | 1      | . . . . . .
 5     | Continuous    | 3      | -----------
 6     | Double        | 3      | ===========
 7     | Continuous    | 0      | -----------
 8     | Dash          | 2      | - - - - - -
 9     | Dash Dot      | 1      | - . - . - .
 10    | Dash Dot      | 2      | - . - . - .
 11    | Dash Dot Dot  | 1      | - . . - . .
 12    | Dash Dot Dot  | 2      | - . . - . .
 13    | SlantDash Dot | 2      | / - . / - .

The following shows the borders in the order shown in the Excel dialog:

 Index | Style       | Index | Style
-------+-------------+-------+-------------
 0     | None        | 12    | - . . - . .
 7     | ----------- | 13    | / - . / - .
 4     | . . . . . . | 10    | - . - . - .
 11    | - . . - . . | 8     | - - - - - -
 9     | - . - . - . | 2     | -----------
 3     | - - - - - - | 5     | -----------
 1     | ----------- | 6     | ===========

The following shows the shading styles sorted by excelize index number:

 Index | Style           | Index | Style
-------+-----------------+-------+-----------------
 0     | Horizontal      | 3     | Diagonal down
 1     | Vertical        | 4     | From corner
 2     | Diagonal Up     | 5     | From center

The following shows the patterns styles sorted by excelize index number:

 Index | Style           | Index | Style
-------+-----------------+-------+-----------------
 0     | None            | 10    | darkTrellis
 1     | solid           | 11    | lightHorizontal
 2     | mediumGray      | 12    | lightVertical
 3     | darkGray        | 13    | lightDown
 4     | lightGray       | 14    | lightUp
 5     | darkHorizontal  | 15    | lightGrid
 6     | darkVertical    | 16    | lightTrellis
 7     | darkDown        | 17    | gray125
 8     | darkUp          | 18    | gray0625
 9     | darkGrid        |       |

The following the type of horizontal alignment in cells:

 Style
------------------
 left
 center
 right
 fill
 justify
 centerContinuous
 distributed

The following the type of vertical alignment in cells:

 Style
------------------
 top
 center
 justify
 distributed

The following the type of font underline style:

 Style
------------------
 single
 double

Excel's built-in all languages formats are shown in the following table:

 Index | Format String
-------+----------------------------------------------------
 0     | General
 1     | 0
 2     | 0.00
 3     | #,##0
 4     | #,##0.00
 5     | ($#,##0_);($#,##0)
 6     | ($#,##0_);[Red]($#,##0)
 7     | ($#,##0.00_);($#,##0.00)
 8     | ($#,##0.00_);[Red]($#,##0.00)
 9     | 0%
 10    | 0.00%
 11    | 0.00E+00
 12    | # ?/?
 13    | # ??/??
 14    | m/d/yy
 15    | d-mmm-yy
 16    | d-mmm
 17    | mmm-yy
 18    | h:mm AM/PM
 19    | h:mm:ss AM/PM
 20    | h:mm
 21    | h:mm:ss
 22    | m/d/yy h:mm
 ...   | ...
 37    | (#,##0_);(#,##0)
 38    | (#,##0_);[Red](#,##0)
 39    | (#,##0.00_);(#,##0.00)
 40    | (#,##0.00_);[Red](#,##0.00)
 41    | _(* #,##0_);_(* (#,##0);_(* "-"_);_(@_)
 42    | _($* #,##0_);_($* (#,##0);_($* "-"_);_(@_)
 43    | _(* #,##0.00_);_(* (#,##0.00);_(* "-"??_);_(@_)
 44    | _($* #,##0.00_);_($* (#,##0.00);_($* "-"??_);_(@_)
 45    | mm:ss
 46    | [h]:mm:ss
 47    | mm:ss.0
 48    | ##0.0E+0
 49    | @

Number format code in zh-tw language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 27    | [$-404]e/m/d
 28    | [$-404]e"年"m"月"d"日"
 29    | [$-404]e"年"m"月"d"日"
 30    | m/d/yy
 31    | yyyy"年"m"月"d"日"
 32    | hh"時"mm"分"
 33    | hh"時"mm"分"ss"秒"
 34    | 上午/下午 hh"時"mm"分"
 35    | 上午/下午 hh"時"mm"分"ss"秒"
 36    | [$-404]e/m/d
 50    | [$-404]e/m/d
 51    | [$-404]e"年"m"月"d"日"
 52    | 上午/下午 hh"時"mm"分"
 53    | 上午/下午 hh"時"mm"分"ss"秒"
 54    | [$-404]e"年"m"月"d"日"
 55    | 上午/下午 hh"時"mm"分"
 56    | 上午/下午 hh"時"mm"分"ss"秒"
 57    | [$-404]e/m/d
 58    | [$-404]e"年"m"月"d"日"

Number format code in zh-cn language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 27    | yyyy"年"m"月"
 28    | m"月"d"日"
 29    | m"月"d"日"
 30    | m-d-yy
 31    | yyyy"年"m"月"d"日"
 32    | h"时"mm"分"
 33    | h"时"mm"分"ss"秒"
 34    | 上午/下午 h"时"mm"分"
 35    | 上午/下午 h"时"mm"分"ss"秒
 36    | yyyy"年"m"月
 50    | yyyy"年"m"月
 51    | m"月"d"日
 52    | yyyy"年"m"月
 53    | m"月"d"日
 54    | m"月"d"日
 55    | 上午/下午 h"时"mm"分
 56    | 上午/下午 h"时"mm"分"ss"秒
 57    | yyyy"年"m"月
 58    | m"月"d"日"

Number format code with unicode values provided for language glyphs where they occur in zh-tw language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 27    | [$-404]e/m/
 28    | [$-404]e"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 29    | [$-404]e"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 30    | m/d/y
 31    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 32    | hh"6642"mm"5206
 33    | hh"6642"mm"5206"ss"79D2
 34    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348hh"6642"mm"5206
 35    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348hh"6642"mm"5206"ss"79D2
 36    | [$-404]e/m/
 50    | [$-404]e/m/
 51    | [$-404]e"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 52    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348hh"6642"mm"5206
 53    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348hh"6642"mm"5206"ss"79D2
 54    | [$-404]e"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 55    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348hh"6642"mm"5206
 56    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348hh"6642"mm"5206"ss"79D2
 57    | [$-404]e/m/
 58    | [$-404]e"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5"

Number format code with unicode values provided for language glyphs where they occur in zh-cn language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 27    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708
 28    | m"6708"d"65E5
 29    | m"6708"d"65E5
 30    | m-d-y
 31    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 32    | h"65F6"mm"5206
 33    | h"65F6"mm"5206"ss"79D2
 34    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348h"65F6"mm"5206
 35    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348h"65F6"mm"5206"ss"79D2
 36    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708
 50    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708
 51    | m"6708"d"65E5
 52    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708
 53    | m"6708"d"65E5
 54    | m"6708"d"65E5
 55    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348h"65F6"mm"5206
 56    | 4E0A5348/4E0B5348h"65F6"mm"5206"ss"79D2
 57    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708
 58    | m"6708"d"65E5"

Number format code in ja-jp language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 27    | [$-411]ge.m.d
 28    | [$-411]ggge"年"m"月"d"日
 29    | [$-411]ggge"年"m"月"d"日
 30    | m/d/y
 31    | yyyy"年"m"月"d"日
 32    | h"時"mm"分
 33    | h"時"mm"分"ss"秒
 34    | yyyy"年"m"月
 35    | m"月"d"日
 36    | [$-411]ge.m.d
 50    | [$-411]ge.m.d
 51    | [$-411]ggge"年"m"月"d"日
 52    | yyyy"年"m"月
 53    | m"月"d"日
 54    | [$-411]ggge"年"m"月"d"日
 55    | yyyy"年"m"月
 56    | m"月"d"日
 57    | [$-411]ge.m.d
 58    | [$-411]ggge"年"m"月"d"日"

Number format code in ko-kr language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 27    | yyyy"年" mm"月" dd"日
 28    | mm-d
 29    | mm-d
 30    | mm-dd-y
 31    | yyyy"년" mm"월" dd"일
 32    | h"시" mm"분
 33    | h"시" mm"분" ss"초
 34    | yyyy-mm-d
 35    | yyyy-mm-d
 36    | yyyy"年" mm"月" dd"日
 50    | yyyy"年" mm"月" dd"日
 51    | mm-d
 52    | yyyy-mm-d
 53    | yyyy-mm-d
 54    | mm-d
 55    | yyyy-mm-d
 56    | yyyy-mm-d
 57    | yyyy"年" mm"月" dd"日
 58    | mm-dd

Number format code with unicode values provided for language glyphs where they occur in ja-jp language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 27    | [$-411]ge.m.d
 28    | [$-411]ggge"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 29    | [$-411]ggge"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 30    | m/d/y
 31    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 32    | h"6642"mm"5206
 33    | h"6642"mm"5206"ss"79D2
 34    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708
 35    | m"6708"d"65E5
 36    | [$-411]ge.m.d
 50    | [$-411]ge.m.d
 51    | [$-411]ggge"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 52    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708
 53    | m"6708"d"65E5
 54    | [$-411]ggge"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5
 55    | yyyy"5E74"m"6708
 56    | m"6708"d"65E5
 57    | [$-411]ge.m.d
 58    | [$-411]ggge"5E74"m"6708"d"65E5"

Number format code with unicode values provided for language glyphs where they occur in ko-kr language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 27    | yyyy"5E74" mm"6708" dd"65E5
 28    | mm-d
 29    | mm-d
 30    | mm-dd-y
 31    | yyyy"B144" mm"C6D4" dd"C77C
 32    | h"C2DC" mm"BD84
 33    | h"C2DC" mm"BD84" ss"CD08
 34    | yyyy-mm-d
 35    | yyyy-mm-d
 36    | yyyy"5E74" mm"6708" dd"65E5
 50    | yyyy"5E74" mm"6708" dd"65E5
 51    | mm-d
 52    | yyyy-mm-d
 53    | yyyy-mm-d
 54    | mm-d
 55    | yyyy-mm-d
 56    | yyyy-mm-d
 57    | yyyy"5E74" mm"6708" dd"65E5
 58    | mm-dd

Number format code in th-th language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 59    | t
 60    | t0.0
 61    | t#,##
 62    | t#,##0.0
 67    | t0
 68    | t0.00
 69    | t# ?/
 70    | t# ??/?
 71    | ว/ด/ปปป
 72    | ว-ดดด-ป
 73    | ว-ดด
 74    | ดดด-ป
 75    | ช:น
 76    | ช:นน:ท
 77    | ว/ด/ปปปป ช:น
 78    | นน:ท
 79    | [ช]:นน:ท
 80    | นน:ทท.
 81    | d/m/bb

Number format code with unicode values provided for language glyphs where they occur in th-th language:

 Index | Symbol
-------+-------------------------------------------
 59    | t
 60    | t0.0
 61    | t#,##
 62    | t#,##0.0
 67    | t0
 68    | t0.00
 69    | t# ?/
 70    | t# ??/?
 71    | 0E27/0E14/0E1B0E1B0E1B0E1
 72    | 0E27-0E140E140E14-0E1B0E1
 73    | 0E27-0E140E140E1
 74    | 0E140E140E14-0E1B0E1
 75    | 0E0A:0E190E1
 76    | 0E0A:0E190E19:0E170E1
 77    | 0E27/0E14/0E1B0E1B0E1B0E1B 0E0A:0E190E1
 78    | 0E190E19:0E170E1
 79    | [0E0A]:0E190E19:0E170E1
 80    | 0E190E19:0E170E17.
 81    | d/m/bb

Excelize built-in currency formats are shown in the following table, only support these types in the following table (Index number is used only for markup and is not used inside an Excel file and you can't get formatted value by the function GetCellValue) currently:

 Index | Symbol
-------+---------------------------------------------------------------
 164   | CN¥
 165   | $ English (China)
 166   | $ Cherokee (United States)
 167   | $ Chinese (Singapore)
 168   | $ Chinese (Taiwan)
 169   | $ English (Australia)
 170   | $ English (Belize)
 171   | $ English (Canada)
 172   | $ English (Jamaica)
 173   | $ English (New Zealand)
 174   | $ English (Singapore)
 175   | $ English (Trinidad & Tobago)
 176   | $ English (U.S. Virgin Islands)
 177   | $ English (United States)
 178   | $ French (Canada)
 179   | $ Hawaiian (United States)
 180   | $ Malay (Brunei)
 181   | $ Quechua (Ecuador)
 182   | $ Spanish (Chile)
 183   | $ Spanish (Colombia)
 184   | $ Spanish (Ecuador)
 185   | $ Spanish (El Salvador)
 186   | $ Spanish (Mexico)
 187   | $ Spanish (Puerto Rico)
 188   | $ Spanish (United States)
 189   | $ Spanish (Uruguay)
 190   | £ English (United Kingdom)
 191   | £ Scottish Gaelic (United Kingdom)
 192   | £ Welsh (United Kindom)
 193   | ¥ Chinese (China)
 194   | ¥ Japanese (Japan)
 195   | ¥ Sichuan Yi (China)
 196   | ¥ Tibetan (China)
 197   | ¥ Uyghur (China)
 198   | ֏ Armenian (Armenia)
 199   | ؋ Pashto (Afghanistan)
 200   | ؋ Persian (Afghanistan)
 201   | ৳ Bengali (Bangladesh)
 202   | ៛ Khmer (Cambodia)
 203   | ₡ Spanish (Costa Rica)
 204   | ₦ Hausa (Nigeria)
 205   | ₦ Igbo (Nigeria)
 206   | ₦ Yoruba (Nigeria)
 207   | ₩ Korean (South Korea)
 208   | ₪ Hebrew (Israel)
 209   | ₫ Vietnamese (Vietnam)
 210   | € Basque (Spain)
 211   | € Breton (France)
 212   | € Catalan (Spain)
 213   | € Corsican (France)
 214   | € Dutch (Belgium)
 215   | € Dutch (Netherlands)
 216   | € English (Ireland)
 217   | € Estonian (Estonia)
 218   | € Euro (€ 123)
 219   | € Euro (123 €)
 220   | € Finnish (Finland)
 221   | € French (Belgium)
 222   | € French (France)
 223   | € French (Luxembourg)
 224   | € French (Monaco)
 225   | € French (Réunion)
 226   | € Galician (Spain)
 227   | € German (Austria)
 228   | € German (Luxembourg)
 229   | € Greek (Greece)
 230   | € Inari Sami (Finland)
 231   | € Irish (Ireland)
 232   | € Italian (Italy)
 233   | € Latin (Italy)
 234   | € Latin, Serbian (Montenegro)
 235   | € Larvian (Latvia)
 236   | € Lithuanian (Lithuania)
 237   | € Lower Sorbian (Germany)
 238   | € Luxembourgish (Luxembourg)
 239   | € Maltese (Malta)
 240   | € Northern Sami (Finland)
 241   | € Occitan (France)
 242   | € Portuguese (Portugal)
 243   | € Serbian (Montenegro)
 244   | € Skolt Sami (Finland)
 245   | € Slovak (Slovakia)
 246   | € Slovenian (Slovenia)
 247   | € Spanish (Spain)
 248   | € Swedish (Finland)
 249   | € Swiss German (France)
 250   | € Upper Sorbian (Germany)
 251   | € Western Frisian (Netherlands)
 252   | ₭ Lao (Laos)
 253   | ₮ Mongolian (Mongolia)
 254   | ₮ Mongolian, Mongolian (Mongolia)
 255   | ₱ English (Philippines)
 256   | ₱ Filipino (Philippines)
 257   | ₴ Ukrainian (Ukraine)
 258   | ₸ Kazakh (Kazakhstan)
 259   | ₹ Arabic, Kashmiri (India)
 260   | ₹ English (India)
 261   | ₹ Gujarati (India)
 262   | ₹ Hindi (India)
 263   | ₹ Kannada (India)
 264   | ₹ Kashmiri (India)
 265   | ₹ Konkani (India)
 266   | ₹ Manipuri (India)
 267   | ₹ Marathi (India)
 268   | ₹ Nepali (India)
 269   | ₹ Oriya (India)
 270   | ₹ Punjabi (India)
 271   | ₹ Sanskrit (India)
 272   | ₹ Sindhi (India)
 273   | ₹ Tamil (India)
 274   | ₹ Urdu (India)
 275   | ₺ Turkish (Turkey)
 276   | ₼ Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan)
 277   | ₼ Cyrillic, Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan)
 278   | ₽ Russian (Russia)
 279   | ₽ Sakha (Russia)
 280   | ₾ Georgian (Georgia)
 281   | B/. Spanish (Panama)
 282   | Br Oromo (Ethiopia)
 283   | Br Somali (Ethiopia)
 284   | Br Tigrinya (Ethiopia)
 285   | Bs Quechua (Bolivia)
 286   | Bs Spanish (Bolivia)
 287   | BS. Spanish (Venezuela)
 288   | BWP Tswana (Botswana)
 289   | C$ Spanish (Nicaragua)
 290   | CA$ Latin, Inuktitut (Canada)
 291   | CA$ Mohawk (Canada)
 292   | CA$ Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics, Inuktitut (Canada)
 293   | CFA French (Mali)
 294   | CFA French (Senegal)
 295   | CFA Fulah (Senegal)
 296   | CFA Wolof (Senegal)
 297   | CHF French (Switzerland)
 298   | CHF German (Liechtenstein)
 299   | CHF German (Switzerland)
 300   | CHF Italian (Switzerland)
 301   | CHF Romansh (Switzerland)
 302   | CLP Mapuche (Chile)
 303   | CN¥ Mongolian, Mongolian (China)
 304   | DZD Central Atlas Tamazight (Algeria)
 305   | FCFA French (Cameroon)
 306   | Ft Hungarian (Hungary)
 307   | G French (Haiti)
 308   | Gs. Spanish (Paraguay)
 309   | GTQ K'iche' (Guatemala)
 310   | HK$ Chinese (Hong Kong (China))
 311   | HK$ English (Hong Kong (China))
 312   | HRK Croatian (Croatia)
 313   | IDR English (Indonesia)
 314   | IQD Arbic, Central Kurdish (Iraq)
 315   | ISK Icelandic (Iceland)
 316   | K Burmese (Myanmar (Burma))
 317   | Kč Czech (Czech Republic)
 318   | KM Bosnian (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
 319   | KM Croatian (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
 320   | KM Latin, Serbian (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
 321   | kr Faroese (Faroe Islands)
 322   | kr Northern Sami (Norway)
 323   | kr Northern Sami (Sweden)
 324   | kr Norwegian Bokmål (Norway)
 325   | kr Norwegian Nynorsk (Norway)
 326   | kr Swedish (Sweden)
 327   | kr. Danish (Denmark)
 328   | kr. Kalaallisut (Greenland)
 329   | Ksh Swahili (kenya)
 330   | L Romanian (Moldova)
 331   | L Russian (Moldova)
 332   | L Spanish (Honduras)
 333   | Lekë Albanian (Albania)
 334   | MAD Arabic, Central Atlas Tamazight (Morocco)
 335   | MAD French (Morocco)
 336   | MAD Tifinagh, Central Atlas Tamazight (Morocco)
 337   | MOP$ Chinese (Macau (China))
 338   | MVR Divehi (Maldives)
 339   | Nfk Tigrinya (Eritrea)
 340   | NGN Bini (Nigeria)
 341   | NGN Fulah (Nigeria)
 342   | NGN Ibibio (Nigeria)
 343   | NGN Kanuri (Nigeria)
 344   | NOK Lule Sami (Norway)
 345   | NOK Southern Sami (Norway)
 346   | NZ$ Maori (New Zealand)
 347   | PKR Sindhi (Pakistan)
 348   | PYG Guarani (Paraguay)
 349   | Q Spanish (Guatemala)
 350   | R Afrikaans (South Africa)
 351   | R English (South Africa)
 352   | R Zulu (South Africa)
 353   | R$ Portuguese (Brazil)
 354   | RD$ Spanish (Dominican Republic)
 355   | RF Kinyarwanda (Rwanda)
 356   | RM English (Malaysia)
 357   | RM Malay (Malaysia)
 358   | RON Romanian (Romania)
 359   | Rp Indonesoan (Indonesia)
 360   | Rs Urdu (Pakistan)
 361   | Rs. Tamil (Sri Lanka)
 362   | RSD Latin, Serbian (Serbia)
 363   | RSD Serbian (Serbia)
 364   | RUB Bashkir (Russia)
 365   | RUB Tatar (Russia)
 366   | S/. Quechua (Peru)
 367   | S/. Spanish (Peru)
 368   | SEK Lule Sami (Sweden)
 369   | SEK Southern Sami (Sweden)
 370   | soʻm Latin, Uzbek (Uzbekistan)
 371   | soʻm Uzbek (Uzbekistan)
 372   | SYP Syriac (Syria)
 373   | THB Thai (Thailand)
 374   | TMT Turkmen (Turkmenistan)
 375   | US$ English (Zimbabwe)
 376   | ZAR Northern Sotho (South Africa)
 377   | ZAR Southern Sotho (South Africa)
 378   | ZAR Tsonga (South Africa)
 379   | ZAR Tswana (south Africa)
 380   | ZAR Venda (South Africa)
 381   | ZAR Xhosa (South Africa)
 382   | zł Polish (Poland)
 383   | ден Macedonian (Macedonia)
 384   | KM Cyrillic, Bosnian (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
 385   | KM Serbian (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
 386   | лв. Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
 387   | p. Belarusian (Belarus)
 388   | сом Kyrgyz (Kyrgyzstan)
 389   | сом Tajik (Tajikistan)
 390   | ج.م. Arabic (Egypt)
 391   | د.أ. Arabic (Jordan)
 392   | د.أ. Arabic (United Arab Emirates)
 393   | د.ب. Arabic (Bahrain)
 394   | د.ت. Arabic (Tunisia)
 395   | د.ج. Arabic (Algeria)
 396   | د.ع. Arabic (Iraq)
 397   | د.ك. Arabic (Kuwait)
 398   | د.ل. Arabic (Libya)
 399   | د.م. Arabic (Morocco)
 400   | ر Punjabi (Pakistan)
 401   | ر.س. Arabic (Saudi Arabia)
 402   | ر.ع. Arabic (Oman)
 403   | ر.ق. Arabic (Qatar)
 404   | ر.ي. Arabic (Yemen)
 405   | ریال Persian (Iran)
 406   | ل.س. Arabic (Syria)
 407   | ل.ل. Arabic (Lebanon)
 408   | ብር Amharic (Ethiopia)
 409   | रू Nepaol (Nepal)
 410   | රු. Sinhala (Sri Lanka)
 411   | ADP
 412   | AED
 413   | AFA
 414   | AFN
 415   | ALL
 416   | AMD
 417   | ANG
 418   | AOA
 419   | ARS
 420   | ATS
 421   | AUD
 422   | AWG
 423   | AZM
 424   | AZN
 425   | BAM
 426   | BBD
 427   | BDT
 428   | BEF
 429   | BGL
 430   | BGN
 431   | BHD
 432   | BIF
 433   | BMD
 434   | BND
 435   | BOB
 436   | BOV
 437   | BRL
 438   | BSD
 439   | BTN
 440   | BWP
 441   | BYR
 442   | BZD
 443   | CAD
 444   | CDF
 445   | CHE
 446   | CHF
 447   | CHW
 448   | CLF
 449   | CLP
 450   | CNY
 451   | COP
 452   | COU
 453   | CRC
 454   | CSD
 455   | CUC
 456   | CVE
 457   | CYP
 458   | CZK
 459   | DEM
 460   | DJF
 461   | DKK
 462   | DOP
 463   | DZD
 464   | ECS
 465   | ECV
 466   | EEK
 467   | EGP
 468   | ERN
 469   | ESP
 470   | ETB
 471   | EUR
 472   | FIM
 473   | FJD
 474   | FKP
 475   | FRF
 476   | GBP
 477   | GEL
 478   | GHC
 479   | GHS
 480   | GIP
 481   | GMD
 482   | GNF
 483   | GRD
 484   | GTQ
 485   | GYD
 486   | HKD
 487   | HNL
 488   | HRK
 489   | HTG
 490   | HUF
 491   | IDR
 492   | IEP
 493   | ILS
 494   | INR
 495   | IQD
 496   | IRR
 497   | ISK
 498   | ITL
 499   | JMD
 500   | JOD
 501   | JPY
 502   | KAF
 503   | KES
 504   | KGS
 505   | KHR
 506   | KMF
 507   | KPW
 508   | KRW
 509   | KWD
 510   | KYD
 511   | KZT
 512   | LAK
 513   | LBP
 514   | LKR
 515   | LRD
 516   | LSL
 517   | LTL
 518   | LUF
 519   | LVL
 520   | LYD
 521   | MAD
 522   | MDL
 523   | MGA
 524   | MGF
 525   | MKD
 526   | MMK
 527   | MNT
 528   | MOP
 529   | MRO
 530   | MTL
 531   | MUR
 532   | MVR
 533   | MWK
 534   | MXN
 535   | MXV
 536   | MYR
 537   | MZM
 538   | MZN
 539   | NAD
 540   | NGN
 541   | NIO
 542   | NLG
 543   | NOK
 544   | NPR
 545   | NTD
 546   | NZD
 547   | OMR
 548   | PAB
 549   | PEN
 550   | PGK
 551   | PHP
 552   | PKR
 553   | PLN
 554   | PTE
 555   | PYG
 556   | QAR
 557   | ROL
 558   | RON
 559   | RSD
 560   | RUB
 561   | RUR
 562   | RWF
 563   | SAR
 564   | SBD
 565   | SCR
 566   | SDD
 567   | SDG
 568   | SDP
 569   | SEK
 570   | SGD
 571   | SHP
 572   | SIT
 573   | SKK
 574   | SLL
 575   | SOS
 576   | SPL
 577   | SRD
 578   | SRG
 579   | STD
 580   | SVC
 581   | SYP
 582   | SZL
 583   | THB
 584   | TJR
 585   | TJS
 586   | TMM
 587   | TMT
 588   | TND
 589   | TOP
 590   | TRL
 591   | TRY
 592   | TTD
 593   | TWD
 594   | TZS
 595   | UAH
 596   | UGX
 597   | USD
 598   | USN
 599   | USS
 600   | UYI
 601   | UYU
 602   | UZS
 603   | VEB
 604   | VEF
 605   | VND
 606   | VUV
 607   | WST
 608   | XAF
 609   | XAG
 610   | XAU
 611   | XB5
 612   | XBA
 613   | XBB
 614   | XBC
 615   | XBD
 616   | XCD
 617   | XDR
 618   | XFO
 619   | XFU
 620   | XOF
 621   | XPD
 622   | XPF
 623   | XPT
 624   | XTS
 625   | XXX
 626   | YER
 627   | YUM
 628   | ZAR
 629   | ZMK
 630   | ZMW
 631   | ZWD
 632   | ZWL
 633   | ZWN
 634   | ZWR

Excelize support set custom number format for cell. For example, set number as date type in Uruguay (Spanish) format for Sheet1!A6:

f := excelize.NewFile()
f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", "A6", 42920.5)
style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"custom_number_format": "[$-380A]dddd\\,\\ dd\" de \"mmmm\" de \"yyyy;@"}`)
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "A6", "A6", style)

Cell Sheet1!A6 in the Excel Application: martes, 04 de Julio de 2017

func (*File) ProtectSheet Uses

func (f *File) ProtectSheet(sheet string, settings *FormatSheetProtection) error

ProtectSheet provides a function to prevent other users from accidentally or deliberately changing, moving, or deleting data in a worksheet. For example, protect Sheet1 with protection settings:

err := f.ProtectSheet("Sheet1", &excelize.FormatSheetProtection{
    Password:      "password",
    EditScenarios: false,
})

func (*File) RemoveCol Uses

func (f *File) RemoveCol(sheet, col string) error

RemoveCol provides a function to remove single column by given worksheet name and column index. For example, remove column C in Sheet1:

err := f.RemoveCol("Sheet1", "C")

Use this method with caution, which will affect changes in references such as formulas, charts, and so on. If there is any referenced value of the worksheet, it will cause a file error when you open it. The excelize only partially updates these references currently.

func (*File) RemoveRow Uses

func (f *File) RemoveRow(sheet string, row int) error

RemoveRow provides a function to remove single row by given worksheet name and Excel row number. For example, remove row 3 in Sheet1:

err := f.RemoveRow("Sheet1", 3)

Use this method with caution, which will affect changes in references such as formulas, charts, and so on. If there is any referenced value of the worksheet, it will cause a file error when you open it. The excelize only partially updates these references currently.

func (*File) Rows Uses

func (f *File) Rows(sheet string) (*Rows, error)

Rows return a rows iterator. For example:

rows, err := f.Rows("Sheet1")
for rows.Next() {
    row, err := rows.Columns()
    for _, colCell := range row {
        fmt.Print(colCell, "\t")
    }
    fmt.Println()
}

func (*File) Save Uses

func (f *File) Save() error

Save provides a function to override the xlsx file with origin path.

func (*File) SaveAs Uses

func (f *File) SaveAs(name string) error

SaveAs provides a function to create or update to an xlsx file at the provided path.

func (*File) SearchSheet Uses

func (f *File) SearchSheet(sheet, value string, reg ...bool) ([]string, error)

SearchSheet provides a function to get coordinates by given worksheet name, cell value, and regular expression. The function doesn't support searching on the calculated result, formatted numbers and conditional lookup currently. If it is a merged cell, it will return the coordinates of the upper left corner of the merged area.

An example of search the coordinates of the value of "100" on Sheet1:

result, err := f.SearchSheet("Sheet1", "100")

An example of search the coordinates where the numerical value in the range of "0-9" of Sheet1 is described:

result, err := f.SearchSheet("Sheet1", "[0-9]", true)

func (*File) SetActiveSheet Uses

func (f *File) SetActiveSheet(index int)

SetActiveSheet provides function to set default active worksheet of XLSX by given index. Note that active index is different from the index returned by function GetSheetMap(). It should be greater than 0 and less than total worksheet numbers.

func (*File) SetCellBool Uses

func (f *File) SetCellBool(sheet, axis string, value bool) error

SetCellBool provides a function to set bool type value of a cell by given worksheet name, cell name and cell value.

func (*File) SetCellDefault Uses

func (f *File) SetCellDefault(sheet, axis, value string) error

SetCellDefault provides a function to set string type value of a cell as default format without escaping the cell.

func (*File) SetCellFloat Uses

func (f *File) SetCellFloat(sheet, axis string, value float64, prec, bitSize int) error

SetCellFloat sets a floating point value into a cell. The prec parameter specifies how many places after the decimal will be shown while -1 is a special value that will use as many decimal places as necessary to represent the number. bitSize is 32 or 64 depending on if a float32 or float64 was originally used for the value. For Example:

var x float32 = 1.325
f.SetCellFloat("Sheet1", "A1", float64(x), 2, 32)

Code:

f := NewFile()
var x = 3.14159265
f.SetCellFloat("Sheet1", "A1", x, 2, 64)
val, _ := f.GetCellValue("Sheet1", "A1")
fmt.Println(val)

Output:

3.14

func (*File) SetCellFormula Uses

func (f *File) SetCellFormula(sheet, axis, formula string, opts ...FormulaOpts) error

SetCellFormula provides a function to set cell formula by given string and worksheet name.

func (f *File) SetCellHyperLink(sheet, axis, link, linkType string) error

SetCellHyperLink provides a function to set cell hyperlink by given worksheet name and link URL address. LinkType defines two types of hyperlink "External" for web site or "Location" for moving to one of cell in this workbook. Maximum limit hyperlinks in a worksheet is 65530. The below is example for external link.

err := f.SetCellHyperLink("Sheet1", "A3", "https://github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize", "External")
// Set underline and font color style for the cell.
style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"font":{"color":"#1265BE","underline":"single"}}`)
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "A3", "A3", style)

A this is another example for "Location":

err := f.SetCellHyperLink("Sheet1", "A3", "Sheet1!A40", "Location")

func (*File) SetCellInt Uses

func (f *File) SetCellInt(sheet, axis string, value int) error

SetCellInt provides a function to set int type value of a cell by given worksheet name, cell coordinates and cell value.

func (*File) SetCellStr Uses

func (f *File) SetCellStr(sheet, axis, value string) error

SetCellStr provides a function to set string type value of a cell. Total number of characters that a cell can contain 32767 characters.

func (*File) SetCellStyle Uses

func (f *File) SetCellStyle(sheet, hcell, vcell string, styleID int) error

SetCellStyle provides a function to add style attribute for cells by given worksheet name, coordinate area and style ID. Note that diagonalDown and diagonalUp type border should be use same color in the same coordinate area.

For example create a borders of cell H9 on Sheet1:

style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"border":[{"type":"left","color":"0000FF","style":3},{"type":"top","color":"00FF00","style":4},{"type":"bottom","color":"FFFF00","style":5},{"type":"right","color":"FF0000","style":6},{"type":"diagonalDown","color":"A020F0","style":7},{"type":"diagonalUp","color":"A020F0","style":8}]}`)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "H9", "H9", style)

Set gradient fill with vertical variants shading styles for cell H9 on Sheet1:

style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"fill":{"type":"gradient","color":["#FFFFFF","#E0EBF5"],"shading":1}}`)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "H9", "H9", style)

Set solid style pattern fill for cell H9 on Sheet1:

style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"fill":{"type":"pattern","color":["#E0EBF5"],"pattern":1}}`)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "H9", "H9", style)

Set alignment style for cell H9 on Sheet1:

style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"alignment":{"horizontal":"center","ident":1,"justify_last_line":true,"reading_order":0,"relative_indent":1,"shrink_to_fit":true,"text_rotation":45,"vertical":"","wrap_text":true}}`)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "H9", "H9", style)

Dates and times in Excel are represented by real numbers, for example "Apr 7 2017 12:00 PM" is represented by the number 42920.5. Set date and time format for cell H9 on Sheet1:

f.SetCellValue("Sheet1", "H9", 42920.5)
style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"number_format": 22}`)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "H9", "H9", style)

Set font style for cell H9 on Sheet1:

style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"font":{"bold":true,"italic":true,"family":"Times New Roman","size":36,"color":"#777777"}}`)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "H9", "H9", style)

Hide and lock for cell H9 on Sheet1:

style, err := f.NewStyle(`{"protection":{"hidden":true, "locked":true}}`)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
err = f.SetCellStyle("Sheet1", "H9", "H9", style)

func (*File) SetCellValue Uses

func (f *File) SetCellValue(sheet, axis string, value interface{}) error

SetCellValue provides a function to set value of a cell. The following shows the supported data types:

int
int8
int16
int32
int64
uint
uint8
uint16
uint32
uint64
float32
float64
string
[]byte
time.Duration
time.Time
bool
nil

Note that default date format is m/d/yy h:mm of time.Time type value. You can set numbers format by SetCellStyle() method.

func (*File) SetColOutlineLevel Uses

func (f *File) SetColOutlineLevel(sheet, col string, level uint8) error

SetColOutlineLevel provides a function to set outline level of a single column by given worksheet name and column name. The value of parameter 'level' is 1-7. For example, set outline level of column D in Sheet1 to 2:

err := f.SetColOutlineLevel("Sheet1", "D", 2)

func (*File) SetColStyle Uses

func (f *File) SetColStyle(sheet, columns string, styleID int) error

SetColStyle provides a function to set style of columns by given worksheet name, columns range and style ID.

For example set style of column H on Sheet1:

err = f.SetColStyle("Sheet1", "H", style)

Set style of columns C:F on Sheet1:

err = f.SetColStyle("Sheet1", "C:F", style)

func (*File) SetColVisible Uses

func (f *File) SetColVisible(sheet, col string, visible bool) error

SetColVisible provides a function to set visible of a single column by given worksheet name and column name. For example, hide column D in Sheet1:

err := f.SetColVisible("Sheet1", "D", false)

func (*File) SetColWidth Uses

func (f *File) SetColWidth(sheet, startcol, endcol string, width float64) error

SetColWidth provides a function to set the width of a single column or multiple columns. For example:

f := excelize.NewFile()
err := f.SetColWidth("Sheet1", "A", "H", 20)

func (*File) SetConditionalFormat Uses

func (f *File) SetConditionalFormat(sheet, area, formatSet string) error

SetConditionalFormat provides a function to create conditional formatting rule for cell value. Conditional formatting is a feature of Excel which allows you to apply a format to a cell or a range of cells based on certain criteria.

The type option is a required parameter and it has no default value. Allowable type values and their associated parameters are:

 Type          | Parameters
---------------+------------------------------------
 cell          | criteria
               | value
               | minimum
               | maximum
 date          | criteria
               | value
               | minimum
               | maximum
 time_period   | criteria
 text          | criteria
               | value
 average       | criteria
 duplicate     | (none)
 unique        | (none)
 top           | criteria
               | value
 bottom        | criteria
               | value
 blanks        | (none)
 no_blanks     | (none)
 errors        | (none)
 no_errors     | (none)
 2_color_scale | min_type
               | max_type
               | min_value
               | max_value
               | min_color
               | max_color
 3_color_scale | min_type
               | mid_type
               | max_type
               | min_value
               | mid_value
               | max_value
               | min_color
               | mid_color
               | max_color
 data_bar      | min_type
               | max_type
               | min_value
               | max_value
               | bar_color
 formula       | criteria

The criteria parameter is used to set the criteria by which the cell data will be evaluated. It has no default value. The most common criteria as applied to {"type":"cell"} are:

between                  |
not between              |
equal to                 | ==
not equal to             | !=
greater than             | >
less than                | <
greater than or equal to | >=
less than or equal to    | <=

You can either use Excel's textual description strings, in the first column above, or the more common symbolic alternatives.

Additional criteria which are specific to other conditional format types are shown in the relevant sections below.

value: The value is generally used along with the criteria parameter to set the rule by which the cell data will be evaluated:

f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "D1:D10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"cell","criteria":">","format":%d,"value":"6"}]`, format))

The value property can also be an cell reference:

f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "D1:D10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"cell","criteria":">","format":%d,"value":"$C$1"}]`, format))

type: format - The format parameter is used to specify the format that will be applied to the cell when the conditional formatting criterion is met. The format is created using the NewConditionalStyle() method in the same way as cell formats:

format, err = f.NewConditionalStyle(`{"font":{"color":"#9A0511"},"fill":{"type":"pattern","color":["#FEC7CE"],"pattern":1}}`)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println(err)
}
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "A1:A10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"cell","criteria":">","format":%d,"value":"6"}]`, format))

Note: In Excel, a conditional format is superimposed over the existing cell format and not all cell format properties can be modified. Properties that cannot be modified in a conditional format are font name, font size, superscript and subscript, diagonal borders, all alignment properties and all protection properties.

Excel specifies some default formats to be used with conditional formatting. These can be replicated using the following excelize formats:

// Rose format for bad conditional.
format1, err = f.NewConditionalStyle(`{"font":{"color":"#9A0511"},"fill":{"type":"pattern","color":["#FEC7CE"],"pattern":1}}`)

// Light yellow format for neutral conditional.
format2, err = f.NewConditionalStyle(`{"font":{"color":"#9B5713"},"fill":{"type":"pattern","color":["#FEEAA0"],"pattern":1}}`)

// Light green format for good conditional.
format3, err = f.NewConditionalStyle(`{"font":{"color":"#09600B"},"fill":{"type":"pattern","color":["#C7EECF"],"pattern":1}}`)

type: minimum - The minimum parameter is used to set the lower limiting value when the criteria is either "between" or "not between".

// Hightlight cells rules: between...
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "A1:A10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"cell","criteria":"between","format":%d,"minimum":"6","maximum":"8"}]`, format))

type: maximum - The maximum parameter is used to set the upper limiting value when the criteria is either "between" or "not between". See the previous example.

type: average - The average type is used to specify Excel's "Average" style conditional format:

// Top/Bottom rules: Above Average...
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "A1:A10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"average","criteria":"=","format":%d, "above_average": true}]`, format1))

// Top/Bottom rules: Below Average...
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "B1:B10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"average","criteria":"=","format":%d, "above_average": false}]`, format2))

type: duplicate - The duplicate type is used to highlight duplicate cells in a range:

// Hightlight cells rules: Duplicate Values...
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "A1:A10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"duplicate","criteria":"=","format":%d}]`, format))

type: unique - The unique type is used to highlight unique cells in a range:

// Hightlight cells rules: Not Equal To...
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "A1:A10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"unique","criteria":"=","format":%d}]`, format))

type: top - The top type is used to specify the top n values by number or percentage in a range:

// Top/Bottom rules: Top 10.
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "H1:H10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"top","criteria":"=","format":%d,"value":"6"}]`, format))

The criteria can be used to indicate that a percentage condition is required:

f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "A1:A10", fmt.Sprintf(`[{"type":"top","criteria":"=","format":%d,"value":"6","percent":true}]`, format))

type: 2_color_scale - The 2_color_scale type is used to specify Excel's "2 Color Scale" style conditional format:

// Color scales: 2 color.
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "A1:A10", `[{"type":"2_color_scale","criteria":"=","min_type":"min","max_type":"max","min_color":"#F8696B","max_color":"#63BE7B"}]`)

This conditional type can be modified with min_type, max_type, min_value, max_value, min_color and max_color, see below.

type: 3_color_scale - The 3_color_scale type is used to specify Excel's "3 Color Scale" style conditional format:

// Color scales: 3 color.
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "A1:A10", `[{"type":"3_color_scale","criteria":"=","min_type":"min","mid_type":"percentile","max_type":"max","min_color":"#F8696B","mid_color":"#FFEB84","max_color":"#63BE7B"}]`)

This conditional type can be modified with min_type, mid_type, max_type, min_value, mid_value, max_value, min_color, mid_color and max_color, see below.

type: data_bar - The data_bar type is used to specify Excel's "Data Bar" style conditional format.

min_type - The min_type and max_type properties are available when the conditional formatting type is 2_color_scale, 3_color_scale or data_bar. The mid_type is available for 3_color_scale. The properties are used as follows:

// Data Bars: Gradient Fill.
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "K1:K10", `[{"type":"data_bar", "criteria":"=", "min_type":"min","max_type":"max","bar_color":"#638EC6"}]`)

The available min/mid/max types are:

min        (for min_type only)
num
percent
percentile
formula
max        (for max_type only)

mid_type - Used for 3_color_scale. Same as min_type, see above.

max_type - Same as min_type, see above.

min_value - The min_value and max_value properties are available when the conditional formatting type is 2_color_scale, 3_color_scale or data_bar. The mid_value is available for 3_color_scale.

mid_value - Used for 3_color_scale. Same as min_value, see above.

max_value - Same as min_value, see above.

min_color - The min_color and max_color properties are available when the conditional formatting type is 2_color_scale, 3_color_scale or data_bar. The mid_color is available for 3_color_scale. The properties are used as follows:

// Color scales: 3 color.
f.SetConditionalFormat("Sheet1", "B1:B10", `[{"type":"3_color_scale","criteria":"=","min_type":"min","mid_type":"percentile","max_type":"max","min_color":"#F8696B","mid_color":"#FFEB84","max_color":"#63BE7B"}]`)

mid_color - Used for 3_color_scale. Same as min_color, see above.

max_color - Same as min_color, see above.

bar_color - Used for data_bar. Same as min_color, see above.

func (*File) SetDefaultFont Uses

func (f *File) SetDefaultFont(fontName string)

SetDefaultFont changes the default font in the workbook.

func (*File) SetDefinedName Uses

func (f *File) SetDefinedName(definedName *DefinedName) error

SetDefinedName provides a function to set the defined names of the workbook or worksheet. If not specified scope, the default scope is workbook. For example:

f.SetDefinedName(&excelize.DefinedName{
    Name:     "Amount",
    RefersTo: "Sheet1!$A$2:$D$5",
    Comment:  "defined name comment",
    Scope:    "Sheet2",
})

func (*File) SetDocProps Uses

func (f *File) SetDocProps(docProperties *DocProperties) error

SetDocProps provides a function to set document core properties. The properties that can be set are:

 Property       | Description
----------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Title          | The name given to the resource.
                |
 Subject        | The topic of the content of the resource.
                |
 Creator        | An entity primarily responsible for making the content of the resource.
                |
 Keywords       | A delimited set of keywords to support searching and indexing. This is
                | typically a list of terms that are not available elsewhere in the properties.
                |
 Description    | An explanation of the content of the resource.
                |
 LastModifiedBy | The user who performed the last modification. The identification is
                | environment-specific.
                |
 Language       | The language of the intellectual content of the resource.
                |
 Identifier     | An unambiguous reference to the resource within a given context.
                |
 Revision       | The topic of the content of the resource.
                |
 ContentStatus  | The status of the content. For example: Values might include "Draft",
                | "Reviewed" and "Final"
                |
 Category       | A categorization of the content of this package.
                |
 Version        | The version number. This value is set by the user or by the application.

For example:

err := f.SetDocProps(&excelize.DocProperties{
    Category:       "category",
    ContentStatus:  "Draft",
    Created:        "2019-06-04T22:00:10Z",
    Creator:        "Go Excelize",
    Description:    "This file created by Go Excelize",
    Identifier:     "xlsx",
    Keywords:       "Spreadsheet",
    LastModifiedBy: "Go Author",
    Modified:       "2019-06-04T22:00:10Z",
    Revision:       "0",
    Subject:        "Test Subject",
    Title:          "Test Title",
    Language:       "en-US",
    Version:        "1.0.0",
})

func (*File) SetHeaderFooter Uses

func (f *File) SetHeaderFooter(sheet string, settings *FormatHeaderFooter) error

SetHeaderFooter provides a function to set headers and footers by given worksheet name and the control characters.

Headers and footers are specified using the following settings fields:

 Fields           | Description
------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------
 AlignWithMargins | Align header footer margins with page margins
 DifferentFirst   | Different first-page header and footer indicator
 DifferentOddEven | Different odd and even page headers and footers indicator
 ScaleWithDoc     | Scale header and footer with document scaling
 OddFooter        | Odd Page Footer
 OddHeader        | Odd Header
 EvenFooter       | Even Page Footer
 EvenHeader       | Even Page Header
 FirstFooter      | First Page Footer
 FirstHeader      | First Page Header

The following formatting codes can be used in 6 string type fields: OddHeader, OddFooter, EvenHeader, EvenFooter, FirstFooter, FirstHeader

 Formatting Code        | Description
------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------------
 &&                     | The character "&"
                        |
 &font-size             | Size of the text font, where font-size is a decimal font size in points
                        |
 &"font name,font type" | A text font-name string, font name, and a text font-type string,
                        | font type
                        |
 &"-,Regular"           | Regular text format. Toggles bold and italic modes to off
                        |
 &A                     | Current worksheet's tab name
                        |
 &B or &"-,Bold"        | Bold text format, from off to on, or vice versa. The default mode is off
                        |
 &D                     | Current date
                        |
 &C                     | Center section
                        |
 &E                     | Double-underline text format
                        |
 &F                     | Current workbook's file name
                        |
 &G                     | Drawing object as background
                        |
 &H                     | Shadow text format
                        |
 &I or &"-,Italic"      | Italic text format
                        |
 &K                     | Text font color
                        |
                        | An RGB Color is specified as RRGGBB
                        |
                        | A Theme Color is specified as TTSNNN where TT is the theme color Id,
                        | S is either "+" or "-" of the tint/shade value, and NNN is the
                        | tint/shade value
                        |
 &L                     | Left section
                        |
 &N                     | Total number of pages
                        |
 &O                     | Outline text format
                        |
 &P[[+|-]n]             | Without the optional suffix, the current page number in decimal
                        |
 &R                     | Right section
                        |
 &S                     | Strikethrough text format
                        |
 &T                     | Current time
                        |
 &U                     | Single-underline text format. If double-underline mode is on, the next
                        | occurrence in a section specifier toggles double-underline mode to off;
                        | otherwise, it toggles single-underline mode, from off to on, or vice
                        | versa. The default mode is off
                        |
 &X                     | Superscript text format
                        |
 &Y                     | Subscript text format
                        |
 &Z                     | Current workbook's file path

For example:

err := f.SetHeaderFooter("Sheet1", &excelize.FormatHeaderFooter{
    DifferentFirst:   true,
    DifferentOddEven: true,
    OddHeader:        "&R&P",
    OddFooter:        "&C&F",
    EvenHeader:       "&L&P",
    EvenFooter:       "&L&D&R&T",
    FirstHeader:      `&CCenter &"-,Bold"Bold&"-,Regular"HeaderU+000A&D`,
})

This example shows:

- The first page has its own header and footer

- Odd and even-numbered pages have different headers and footers

- Current page number in the right section of odd-page headers

- Current workbook's file name in the center section of odd-page footers

- Current page number in the left section of even-page headers

- Current date in the left section and the current time in the right section of even-page footers

- The text "Center Bold Header" on the first line of the center section of the first page, and the date on the second line of the center section of that same page

- No footer on the first page

func (*File) SetPageLayout Uses

func (f *File) SetPageLayout(sheet string, opts ...PageLayoutOption) error

SetPageLayout provides a function to sets worksheet page layout.

Available options:

PageLayoutOrientation(string)
PageLayoutPaperSize(int)

The following shows the paper size sorted by excelize index number:

 Index | Paper Size
-------+-----------------------------------------------
   1   | Letter paper (8.5 in. by 11 in.)
   2   | Letter small paper (8.5 in. by 11 in.)
   3   | Tabloid paper (11 in. by 17 in.)
   4   | Ledger paper (17 in. by 11 in.)
   5   | Legal paper (8.5 in. by 14 in.)
   6   | Statement paper (5.5 in. by 8.5 in.)
   7   | Executive paper (7.25 in. by 10.5 in.)
   8   | A3 paper (297 mm by 420 mm)
   9   | A4 paper (210 mm by 297 mm)
   10  | A4 small paper (210 mm by 297 mm)
   11  | A5 paper (148 mm by 210 mm)
   12  | B4 paper (250 mm by 353 mm)
   13  | B5 paper (176 mm by 250 mm)
   14  | Folio paper (8.5 in. by 13 in.)
   15  | Quarto paper (215 mm by 275 mm)
   16  | Standard paper (10 in. by 14 in.)
   17  | Standard paper (11 in. by 17 in.)
   18  | Note paper (8.5 in. by 11 in.)
   19  | #9 envelope (3.875 in. by 8.875 in.)
   20  | #10 envelope (4.125 in. by 9.5 in.)
   21  | #11 envelope (4.5 in. by 10.375 in.)
   22  | #12 envelope (4.75 in. by 11 in.)
   23  | #14 envelope (5 in. by 11.5 in.)
   24  | C paper (17 in. by 22 in.)
   25  | D paper (22 in. by 34 in.)
   26  | E paper (34 in. by 44 in.)
   27  | DL envelope (110 mm by 220 mm)
   28  | C5 envelope (162 mm by 229 mm)
   29  | C3 envelope (324 mm by 458 mm)
   30  | C4 envelope (229 mm by 324 mm)
   31  | C6 envelope (114 mm by 162 mm)
   32  | C65 envelope (114 mm by 229 mm)
   33  | B4 envelope (250 mm by 353 mm)
   34  | B5 envelope (176 mm by 250 mm)
   35  | B6 envelope (176 mm by 125 mm)
   36  | Italy envelope (110 mm by 230 mm)
   37  | Monarch envelope (3.875 in. by 7.5 in.).
   38  | 6 3/4 envelope (3.625 in. by 6.5 in.)
   39  | US standard fanfold (14.875 in. by 11 in.)
   40  | German standard fanfold (8.5 in. by 12 in.)
   41  | German legal fanfold (8.5 in. by 13 in.)
   42  | ISO B4 (250 mm by 353 mm)
   43  | Japanese postcard (100 mm by 148 mm)
   44  | Standard paper (9 in. by 11 in.)
   45  | Standard paper (10 in. by 11 in.)
   46  | Standard paper (15 in. by 11 in.)
   47  | Invite envelope (220 mm by 220 mm)
   50  | Letter extra paper (9.275 in. by 12 in.)
   51  | Legal extra paper (9.275 in. by 15 in.)
   52  | Tabloid extra paper (11.69 in. by 18 in.)
   53  | A4 extra paper (236 mm by 322 mm)
   54  | Letter transverse paper (8.275 in. by 11 in.)
   55  | A4 transverse paper (210 mm by 297 mm)
   56  | Letter extra transverse paper (9.275 in. by 12 in.)
   57  | SuperA/SuperA/A4 paper (227 mm by 356 mm)
   58  | SuperB/SuperB/A3 paper (305 mm by 487 mm)
   59  | Letter plus paper (8.5 in. by 12.69 in.)
   60  | A4 plus paper (210 mm by 330 mm)
   61  | A5 transverse paper (148 mm by 210 mm)
   62  | JIS B5 transverse paper (182 mm by 257 mm)
   63  | A3 extra paper (322 mm by 445 mm)
   64  | A5 extra paper (174 mm by 235 mm)
   65  | ISO B5 extra paper (201 mm by 276 mm)
   66  | A2 paper (420 mm by 594 mm)
   67  | A3 transverse paper (297 mm by 420 mm)
   68  | A3 extra transverse paper (322 mm by 445 mm)
   69  | Japanese Double Postcard (200 mm x 148 mm)
   70  | A6 (105 mm x 148 mm)
   71  | Japanese Envelope Kaku #2
   72  | Japanese Envelope Kaku #3
   73  | Japanese Envelope Chou #3
   74  | Japanese Envelope Chou #4
   75  | Letter Rotated (11in x 8 1/2 11 in)
   76  | A3 Rotated (420 mm x 297 mm)
   77  | A4 Rotated (297 mm x 210 mm)
   78  | A5 Rotated (210 mm x 148 mm)
   79  | B4 (JIS) Rotated (364 mm x 257 mm)
   80  | B5 (JIS) Rotated (257 mm x 182 mm)
   81  | Japanese Postcard Rotated (148 mm x 100 mm)
   82  | Double Japanese Postcard Rotated (148 mm x 200 mm)
   83  | A6 Rotated (148 mm x 105 mm)
   84  | Japanese Envelope Kaku #2 Rotated
   85  | Japanese Envelope Kaku #3 Rotated
   86  | Japanese Envelope Chou #3 Rotated
   87  | Japanese Envelope Chou #4 Rotated
   88  | B6 (JIS) (128 mm x 182 mm)
   89  | B6 (JIS) Rotated (182 mm x 128 mm)
   90  | (12 in x 11 in)
   91  | Japanese Envelope You #4
   92  | Japanese Envelope You #4 Rotated
   93  | PRC 16K (146 mm x 215 mm)
   94  | PRC 32K (97 mm x 151 mm)
   95  | PRC 32K(Big) (97 mm x 151 mm)
   96  | PRC Envelope #1 (102 mm x 165 mm)
   97  | PRC Envelope #2 (102 mm x 176 mm)
   98  | PRC Envelope #3 (125 mm x 176 mm)
   99  | PRC Envelope #4 (110 mm x 208 mm)
   100 | PRC Envelope #5 (110 mm x 220 mm)
   101 | PRC Envelope #6 (120 mm x 230 mm)
   102 | PRC Envelope #7 (160 mm x 230 mm)
   103 | PRC Envelope #8 (120 mm x 309 mm)
   104 | PRC Envelope #9 (229 mm x 324 mm)
   105 | PRC Envelope #10 (324 mm x 458 mm)
   106 | PRC 16K Rotated
   107 | PRC 32K Rotated
   108 | PRC 32K(Big) Rotated
   109 | PRC Envelope #1 Rotated (165 mm x 102 mm)
   110 | PRC Envelope #2 Rotated (176 mm x 102 mm)
   111 | PRC Envelope #3 Rotated (176 mm x 125 mm)
   112 | PRC Envelope #4 Rotated (208 mm x 110 mm)
   113 | PRC Envelope #5 Rotated (220 mm x 110 mm)
   114 | PRC Envelope #6 Rotated (230 mm x 120 mm)
   115 | PRC Envelope #7 Rotated (230 mm x 160 mm)
   116 | PRC Envelope #8 Rotated (309 mm x 120 mm)
   117 | PRC Envelope #9 Rotated (324 mm x 229 mm)
   118 | PRC Envelope #10 Rotated (458 mm x 324 mm)

Code:

f := excelize.NewFile()

if err := f.SetPageLayout(
    "Sheet1",
    excelize.PageLayoutOrientation(excelize.OrientationLandscape),
); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}
if err := f.SetPageLayout(
    "Sheet1",
    excelize.PageLayoutPaperSize(10),
    excelize.FitToHeight(2),
    excelize.FitToWidth(2),
); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

func (*File) SetPageMargins Uses

func (f *File) SetPageMargins(sheet string, opts ...PageMarginsOptions) error

SetPageMargins provides a function to set worksheet page margins.

Available options:

PageMarginBotom(float64)
PageMarginFooter(float64)
PageMarginHeader(float64)
PageMarginLeft(float64)
PageMarginRight(float64)
PageMarginTop(float64)

Code:

f := excelize.NewFile()
const sheet = "Sheet1"

if err := f.SetPageMargins(sheet,
    excelize.PageMarginBottom(1.0),
    excelize.PageMarginFooter(1.0),
    excelize.PageMarginHeader(1.0),
    excelize.PageMarginLeft(1.0),
    excelize.PageMarginRight(1.0),
    excelize.PageMarginTop(1.0),
); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

func (*File) SetPanes Uses

func (f *File) SetPanes(sheet, panes string) error

SetPanes provides a function to create and remove freeze panes and split panes by given worksheet name and panes format set.

activePane defines the pane that is active. The possible values for this attribute are defined in the following table:

 Enumeration Value              | Description
--------------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------
 bottomLeft (Bottom Left Pane)  | Bottom left pane, when both vertical and horizontal
                                | splits are applied.
                                |
                                | This value is also used when only a horizontal split has
                                | been applied, dividing the pane into upper and lower
                                | regions. In that case, this value specifies the bottom
                                | pane.
                                |
bottomRight (Bottom Right Pane) | Bottom right pane, when both vertical and horizontal
                                | splits are applied.
                                |
topLeft (Top Left Pane)         | Top left pane, when both vertical and horizontal splits
                                | are applied.
                                |
                                | This value is also used when only a horizontal split has
                                | been applied, dividing the pane into upper and lower
                                | regions. In that case, this value specifies the top pane.
                                |
                                | This value is also used when only a vertical split has
                                | been applied, dividing the pane into right and left
                                | regions. In that case, this value specifies the left pane
                                |
topRight (Top Right Pane)       | Top right pane, when both vertical and horizontal
                                | splits are applied.
                                |
                                | This value is also used when only a vertical split has
                                | been applied, dividing the pane into right and left
                                | regions. In that case, this value specifies the right
                                | pane.

Pane state type is restricted to the values supported currently listed in the following table:

 Enumeration Value              | Description
--------------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------
 frozen (Frozen)                | Panes are frozen, but were not split being frozen. In
                                | this state, when the panes are unfrozen again, a single
                                | pane results, with no split.
                                |
                                | In this state, the split bars are not adjustable.
                                |
 split (Split)                  | Panes are split, but not frozen. In this state, the split
                                | bars are adjustable by the user.

x_split (Horizontal Split Position): Horizontal position of the split, in 1/20th of a point; 0 (zero) if none. If the pane is frozen, this value indicates the number of columns visible in the top pane.

y_split (Vertical Split Position): Vertical position of the split, in 1/20th of a point; 0 (zero) if none. If the pane is frozen, this value indicates the number of rows visible in the left pane. The possible values for this attribute are defined by the W3C XML Schema double datatype.

top_left_cell: Location of the top left visible cell in the bottom right pane (when in Left-To-Right mode).

sqref (Sequence of References): Range of the selection. Can be non-contiguous set of ranges.

An example of how to freeze column A in the Sheet1 and set the active cell on Sheet1!K16:

f.SetPanes("Sheet1", `{"freeze":true,"split":false,"x_split":1,"y_split":0,"top_left_cell":"B1","active_pane":"topRight","panes":[{"sqref":"K16","active_cell":"K16","pane":"topRight"}]}`)

An example of how to freeze rows 1 to 9 in the Sheet1 and set the active cell ranges on Sheet1!A11:XFD11:

f.SetPanes("Sheet1", `{"freeze":true,"split":false,"x_split":0,"y_split":9,"top_left_cell":"A34","active_pane":"bottomLeft","panes":[{"sqref":"A11:XFD11","active_cell":"A11","pane":"bottomLeft"}]}`)

An example of how to create split panes in the Sheet1 and set the active cell on Sheet1!J60:

f.SetPanes("Sheet1", `{"freeze":false,"split":true,"x_split":3270,"y_split":1800,"top_left_cell":"N57","active_pane":"bottomLeft","panes":[{"sqref":"I36","active_cell":"I36"},{"sqref":"G33","active_cell":"G33","pane":"topRight"},{"sqref":"J60","active_cell":"J60","pane":"bottomLeft"},{"sqref":"O60","active_cell":"O60","pane":"bottomRight"}]}`)

An example of how to unfreeze and remove all panes on Sheet1:

f.SetPanes("Sheet1", `{"freeze":false,"split":false}`)

func (*File) SetRowHeight Uses

func (f *File) SetRowHeight(sheet string, row int, height float64) error

SetRowHeight provides a function to set the height of a single row. For example, set the height of the first row in Sheet1:

err := f.SetRowHeight("Sheet1", 1, 50)

func (*File) SetRowOutlineLevel Uses

func (f *File) SetRowOutlineLevel(sheet string, row int, level uint8) error

SetRowOutlineLevel provides a function to set outline level number of a single row by given worksheet name and Excel row number. The value of parameter 'level' is 1-7. For example, outline row 2 in Sheet1 to level 1:

err := f.SetRowOutlineLevel("Sheet1", 2, 1)

func (*File) SetRowVisible Uses

func (f *File) SetRowVisible(sheet string, row int, visible bool) error

SetRowVisible provides a function to set visible of a single row by given worksheet name and Excel row number. For example, hide row 2 in Sheet1:

err := f.SetRowVisible("Sheet1", 2, false)

func (*File) SetSheetBackground Uses

func (f *File) SetSheetBackground(sheet, picture string) error

SetSheetBackground provides a function to set background picture by given worksheet name and file path.

func (*File) SetSheetName Uses

func (f *File) SetSheetName(oldName, newName string)

SetSheetName provides a function to set the worksheet name be given old and new worksheet name. Maximum 31 characters are allowed in sheet title and this function only changes the name of the sheet and will not update the sheet name in the formula or reference associated with the cell. So there may be problem formula error or reference missing.

func (*File) SetSheetPrOptions Uses

func (f *File) SetSheetPrOptions(name string, opts ...SheetPrOption) error

SetSheetPrOptions provides a function to sets worksheet properties.

Available options:

CodeName(string)
EnableFormatConditionsCalculation(bool)
Published(bool)
FitToPage(bool)
AutoPageBreaks(bool)
OutlineSummaryBelow(bool)

Code:

f := excelize.NewFile()
const sheet = "Sheet1"

if err := f.SetSheetPrOptions(sheet,
    excelize.CodeName("code"),
    excelize.EnableFormatConditionsCalculation(false),
    excelize.Published(false),
    excelize.FitToPage(true),
    excelize.AutoPageBreaks(true),
    excelize.OutlineSummaryBelow(false),
); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

func (*File) SetSheetRow Uses

func (f *File) SetSheetRow(sheet, axis string, slice interface{}) error

SetSheetRow writes an array to row by given worksheet name, starting coordinate and a pointer to array type 'slice'. For example, writes an array to row 6 start with the cell B6 on Sheet1:

err := f.SetSheetRow("Sheet1", "B6", &[]interface{}{"1", nil, 2})

func (*File) SetSheetViewOptions Uses

func (f *File) SetSheetViewOptions(name string, viewIndex int, opts ...SheetViewOption) error

SetSheetViewOptions sets sheet view options. The viewIndex may be negative and if so is counted backward (-1 is the last view).

Available options:

DefaultGridColor(bool)
RightToLeft(bool)
ShowFormulas(bool)
ShowGridLines(bool)
ShowRowColHeaders(bool)
ZoomScale(float64)
TopLeftCell(string)

Example:

err = f.SetSheetViewOptions("Sheet1", -1, ShowGridLines(false))

Code:

f := excelize.NewFile()
const sheet = "Sheet1"

if err := f.SetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0,
    excelize.DefaultGridColor(false),
    excelize.RightToLeft(false),
    excelize.ShowFormulas(true),
    excelize.ShowGridLines(true),
    excelize.ShowRowColHeaders(true),
    excelize.ZoomScale(80),
    excelize.TopLeftCell("C3"),
); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

var zoomScale excelize.ZoomScale
fmt.Println("Default:")
fmt.Println("- zoomScale: 80")

if err := f.SetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, excelize.ZoomScale(500)); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

if err := f.GetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, &zoomScale); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println("Used out of range value:")
fmt.Println("- zoomScale:", zoomScale)

if err := f.SetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, excelize.ZoomScale(123)); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

if err := f.GetSheetViewOptions(sheet, 0, &zoomScale); err != nil {
    panic(err)
}

fmt.Println("Used correct value:")
fmt.Println("- zoomScale:", zoomScale)

Output:

Default:
- zoomScale: 80
Used out of range value:
- zoomScale: 80
Used correct value:
- zoomScale: 123

func (*File) SetSheetVisible Uses

func (f *File) SetSheetVisible(name string, visible bool) error

SetSheetVisible provides a function to set worksheet visible by given worksheet name. A workbook must contain at least one visible worksheet. If the given worksheet has been activated, this setting will be invalidated. Sheet state values as defined by http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/documentformat.openxml.spreadsheet.sheetstatevalues.aspx

visible
hidden
veryHidden

For example, hide Sheet1:

err := f.SetSheetVisible("Sheet1", false)

func (*File) UngroupSheets Uses

func (f *File) UngroupSheets() error

UngroupSheets provides a function to ungroup worksheets.

func (*File) UnprotectSheet Uses

func (f *File) UnprotectSheet(sheet string) error

UnprotectSheet provides a function to unprotect an Excel worksheet.

func (*File) UpdateLinkedValue Uses

func (f *File) UpdateLinkedValue() error

UpdateLinkedValue fix linked values within a spreadsheet are not updating in Office Excel 2007 and 2010. This function will be remove value tag when met a cell have a linked value. Reference https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/e16bae1f-6a2c-4325-8013-e989a3479066/excel-2010-linked-cells-not-updating

Notice: after open XLSX file Excel will be update linked value and generate new value and will prompt save file or not.

For example:

<row r="19" spans="2:2">
    <c r="B19">
        <f>SUM(Sheet2!D2,Sheet2!D11)</f>
        <v>100</v>
     </c>
</row>

to

<row r="19" spans="2:2">
    <c r="B19">
        <f>SUM(Sheet2!D2,Sheet2!D11)</f>
    </c>
</row>

func (*File) Write Uses

func (f *File) Write(w io.Writer) error

Write provides a function to write to an io.Writer.

func (*File) WriteTo Uses

func (f *File) WriteTo(w io.Writer) (int64, error)

WriteTo implements io.WriterTo to write the file.

func (*File) WriteToBuffer Uses

func (f *File) WriteToBuffer() (*bytes.Buffer, error)

WriteToBuffer provides a function to get bytes.Buffer from the saved file.

type FitToHeight Uses

type FitToHeight int

FitToHeight specified number of vertical pages to fit on

type FitToPage Uses

type FitToPage bool

FitToPage is a SheetPrOption

type FitToWidth Uses

type FitToWidth int

FitToWidth specified number of horizontal pages to fit on

type FormatHeaderFooter Uses

type FormatHeaderFooter struct {
    AlignWithMargins bool
    DifferentFirst   bool
    DifferentOddEven bool
    ScaleWithDoc     bool
    OddHeader        string
    OddFooter        string
    EvenHeader       string
    EvenFooter       string
    FirstFooter      string
    FirstHeader      string
}

FormatHeaderFooter directly maps the settings of header and footer.

type FormatPageMargins Uses

type FormatPageMargins struct {
    Bottom string
    Footer string
    Header string
    Left   string
    Right  string
    Top    string
}

FormatPageMargins directly maps the settings of page margins

type FormatSheetProtection Uses

type FormatSheetProtection struct {
    AutoFilter          bool
    DeleteColumns       bool
    DeleteRows          bool
    EditObjects         bool
    EditScenarios       bool
    FormatCells         bool
    FormatColumns       bool
    FormatRows          bool
    InsertColumns       bool
    InsertHyperlinks    bool
    InsertRows          bool
    Password            string
    PivotTables         bool
    SelectLockedCells   bool
    SelectUnlockedCells bool
    Sort                bool
}

FormatSheetProtection directly maps the settings of worksheet protection.

type FormulaOpts Uses

type FormulaOpts struct {
    Type *string // Formula type
    Ref  *string // Shared formula ref
}

FormulaOpts can be passed to SetCellFormula to use other formula types.

type HSL Uses

type HSL struct {
    H, S, L float64
}

HSL represents a cylindrical coordinate of points in an RGB color model.

Values are in the range 0 to 1.

func (HSL) RGBA Uses

func (c HSL) RGBA() (uint32, uint32, uint32, uint32)

RGBA returns the alpha-premultiplied red, green, blue and alpha values for the HSL.

type MergeCell Uses

type MergeCell []string

MergeCell define a merged cell data. It consists of the following structure. example: []string{"D4:E10", "cell value"}

func (*MergeCell) GetCellValue Uses

func (m *MergeCell) GetCellValue() string

GetCellValue returns merged cell value.

func (*MergeCell) GetEndAxis Uses

func (m *MergeCell) GetEndAxis() string

GetEndAxis returns the merge end axis. example: "D4"

func (*MergeCell) GetStartAxis Uses

func (m *MergeCell) GetStartAxis() string

GetStartAxis returns the merge start axis. example: "C2"

type OutlineSummaryBelow Uses

type OutlineSummaryBelow bool

OutlineSummaryBelow is an outlinePr, within SheetPr option

type PageLayoutOption Uses

type PageLayoutOption interface {
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

PageLayoutOption is an option of a page layout of a worksheet. See SetPageLayout().

type PageLayoutOptionPtr Uses

type PageLayoutOptionPtr interface {
    PageLayoutOption
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

PageLayoutOptionPtr is a writable PageLayoutOption. See GetPageLayout().

type PageLayoutOrientation Uses

type PageLayoutOrientation string

PageLayoutOrientation defines the orientation of page layout for a worksheet.

type PageLayoutPaperSize Uses

type PageLayoutPaperSize int

PageLayoutPaperSize defines the paper size of the worksheet

type PageMarginBottom Uses

type PageMarginBottom float64

PageMarginBottom specifies the bottom margin for the page.

type PageMarginFooter Uses

type PageMarginFooter float64

PageMarginFooter specifies the footer margin for the page.

type PageMarginHeader Uses

type PageMarginHeader float64

PageMarginHeader specifies the header margin for the page.

type PageMarginLeft Uses

type PageMarginLeft float64

PageMarginLeft specifies the left margin for the page.

type PageMarginRight Uses

type PageMarginRight float64

PageMarginRight specifies the right margin for the page.

type PageMarginTop Uses

type PageMarginTop float64

PageMarginTop specifies the top margin for the page.

type PageMarginsOptions Uses

type PageMarginsOptions interface {
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

PageMarginsOptions is an option of a page margin of a worksheet. See SetPageMargins().

type PageMarginsOptionsPtr Uses

type PageMarginsOptionsPtr interface {
    PageMarginsOptions
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

PageMarginsOptionsPtr is a writable PageMarginsOptions. See GetPageMargins().

type PivotTableOption Uses

type PivotTableOption struct {
    DataRange       string
    PivotTableRange string
    Rows            []string
    Columns         []string
    Data            []string
    Page            []string
}

PivotTableOption directly maps the format settings of the pivot table.

type Published Uses

type Published bool

Published is a SheetPrOption

type RightToLeft Uses

type RightToLeft bool

RightToLeft is a SheetViewOption. It specifies a flag indicating whether the sheet is in 'right to left' display mode. When in this mode, Column A is on the far right, Column B ;is one column left of Column A, and so on. Also, information in cells is displayed in the Right to Left format.

type Rows Uses

type Rows struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Rows defines an iterator to a sheet

func (*Rows) Columns Uses

func (rows *Rows) Columns() ([]string, error)

Columns return the current row's column values

func (*Rows) Error Uses

func (rows *Rows) Error() error

Error will return the error when the find next row element

func (*Rows) Next Uses

func (rows *Rows) Next() bool

Next will return true if find the next row element.

type SheetPrOption Uses

type SheetPrOption interface {
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

SheetPrOption is an option of a view of a worksheet. See SetSheetPrOptions().

type SheetPrOptionPtr Uses

type SheetPrOptionPtr interface {
    SheetPrOption
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

SheetPrOptionPtr is a writable SheetPrOption. See GetSheetPrOptions().

type SheetViewOption Uses

type SheetViewOption interface {
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

SheetViewOption is an option of a view of a worksheet. See SetSheetViewOptions().

type SheetViewOptionPtr Uses

type SheetViewOptionPtr interface {
    SheetViewOption
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

SheetViewOptionPtr is a writable SheetViewOption. See GetSheetViewOptions().

type ShowFormulas Uses

type ShowFormulas bool

ShowFormulas is a SheetViewOption. It specifies a flag indicating whether this sheet should display formulas.

type ShowGridLines Uses

type ShowGridLines bool

ShowGridLines is a SheetViewOption. It specifies a flag indicating whether this sheet should display gridlines.

type ShowRowColHeaders Uses

type ShowRowColHeaders bool

ShowRowColHeaders is a SheetViewOption. It specifies a flag indicating whether the sheet should display row and column headings.

type ShowZeros Uses

type ShowZeros bool

ShowZeros is a SheetViewOption. It specifies a flag indicating whether to "show a zero in cells that have zero value". When using a formula to reference another cell which is empty, the referenced value becomes 0 when the flag is true. (Default setting is true.)

type SparklineOption Uses

type SparklineOption struct {
    Location      []string
    Range         []string
    Max           int
    CustMax       int
    Min           int
    CustMin       int
    Type          string
    Weight        float64
    DateAxis      bool
    Markers       bool
    High          bool
    Low           bool
    First         bool
    Last          bool
    Negative      bool
    Axis          bool
    Hidden        bool
    Reverse       bool
    Style         int
    SeriesColor   string
    NegativeColor string
    MarkersColor  string
    FirstColor    string
    LastColor     string
    HightColor    string
    LowColor      string
    EmptyCells    string
}

SparklineOption directly maps the settings of the sparkline.

type StreamWriter Uses

type StreamWriter struct {
    File      *File
    Sheet     string
    SheetID   int
    SheetData bytes.Buffer
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

StreamWriter defined the type of stream writer.

func (*StreamWriter) Flush Uses

func (sw *StreamWriter) Flush() error

Flush ending the streaming writing process.

func (*StreamWriter) SetRow Uses

func (sw *StreamWriter) SetRow(axis string, slice interface{}) error

SetRow writes an array to streaming row by given worksheet name, starting coordinate and a pointer to array type 'slice'. Note that, cell settings with styles are not supported currently and after set rows, you must call the 'Flush' method to end the streaming writing process. The following shows the supported data types:

int
string

type TopLeftCell Uses

type TopLeftCell string

TopLeftCell is a SheetViewOption. It specifies a location of the top left visible cell Location of the top left visible cell in the bottom right pane (when in Left-to-Right mode).

type ZoomScale Uses

type ZoomScale float64

ZoomScale is a SheetViewOption. It specifies a window zoom magnification for current view representing percent values. This attribute is restricted to values ranging from 10 to 400. Horizontal & Vertical scale together.

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